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Sunday's Best

About Sunday's Best

Spatial explorations into emotive, hyper-melodic Indie Rock from Los Angeles. Those nostalgic for Seam's perfect The Problem With Me will be happy to know Sunday's Best have picked up where Sooyoung & Co. left off. Chiming their way through verses and choruses gently, SB bleed each of their tearful, affecting melodies. Patient rhythms and hopeful, breathy singing swell ever so slightly; making the most of the gray area between quiet and loud rather than existing solely within the confines of either one. Almost any fan of melodic craftsmanship can find something here -- whether it be the angular, Polvo-esque guitar interplay or the singer's careful choice of notes and instrumental voicing. Oh, they have a record on Crank, too!

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Sunday's Best

Spatial explorations into emotive, hyper-melodic Indie Rock from Los Angeles. Those nostalgic for Seam's perfect The Problem With Me will be happy to know Sunday's Best have picked up where Sooyoung & Co. left off. Chiming their way through verses and choruses gently, SB bleed each of their tearful, affecting melodies. Patient rhythms and hopeful, breathy singing swell ever so slightly; making the most of the gray area between quiet and loud rather than existing solely within the confines of either one. Almost any fan of melodic craftsmanship can find something here -- whether it be the angular, Polvo-esque guitar interplay or the singer's careful choice of notes and instrumental voicing. Oh, they have a record on Crank, too!

About Sunday's Best

Spatial explorations into emotive, hyper-melodic Indie Rock from Los Angeles. Those nostalgic for Seam's perfect The Problem With Me will be happy to know Sunday's Best have picked up where Sooyoung & Co. left off. Chiming their way through verses and choruses gently, SB bleed each of their tearful, affecting melodies. Patient rhythms and hopeful, breathy singing swell ever so slightly; making the most of the gray area between quiet and loud rather than existing solely within the confines of either one. Almost any fan of melodic craftsmanship can find something here -- whether it be the angular, Polvo-esque guitar interplay or the singer's careful choice of notes and instrumental voicing. Oh, they have a record on Crank, too!

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About Sunday's Best

Spatial explorations into emotive, hyper-melodic Indie Rock from Los Angeles. Those nostalgic for Seam's perfect The Problem With Me will be happy to know Sunday's Best have picked up where Sooyoung & Co. left off. Chiming their way through verses and choruses gently, SB bleed each of their tearful, affecting melodies. Patient rhythms and hopeful, breathy singing swell ever so slightly; making the most of the gray area between quiet and loud rather than existing solely within the confines of either one. Almost any fan of melodic craftsmanship can find something here -- whether it be the angular, Polvo-esque guitar interplay or the singer's careful choice of notes and instrumental voicing. Oh, they have a record on Crank, too!

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