Sunday's Best display punk roots on their debut EP Where Are You Now, but they mix it up with some slow, spacey passages and dense arrangements.Steve Huey
This band is highly underrated. I think they have 2 CDs out now and they both ROCK! If you like indie/emo rock this is a must have. they arent very hard, they have a nice sound that will touch your heart in the deepest way. Where you are now is an album for that special someone or for just you to think about the past, present, future, or pretty much anything. it will make you sad, happy, and satisfied all at once.
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