Album, album release, garlic fries*

It’s a bit weird putting a press release on your own website. Nonetheless, here we go:


 

Sunley Band are delighted to announce the release of their new album Days To Come.

For six years Sunley Band have been performing their unique brand of country-tinged pop in Dunedin and around New Zealand, delighting audiences with a blend of wit, pathos, rock’n’roll, psychedelia and concrete-flavoured folk-country music that is entirely their own.

Following on from 2009’s Apologies and a spattering of interim releases, Days To Come continues this proud tradition, eleven glittering slices of curmudgeon pop that range from edgy rockers and smooth ballads to good old fashioned toe-tapping grooves. With an abundance of melodic flourishes, backing vocals to die for, it’s more sardonic than a tin full of tiny fish and it’s a record not to be missed.

The band and friends will celebrate this release on Sunday the 31st of May at 4pm at Inch Bar, Dunedin. Come bask in the warmth some lovely tunes from The Best Least Fashionable Band In Dunedin, supported by very special guests Iron Mammoth.

Can’t wait? We don’t blame you. Have a little taster with the track Young People, which you can download for free over at Bandcamp: https://sunleyband.bandcamp.com/album/young-people.

Days To Come will be generally available on the 1st of June through all the major digital platforms and on a nicely packaged compact disc through https://www.buydunedinmusic.com or by harassing the band at a gig or in a public place.

*no garlic fries, sorry