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  • Writer's pictureHarriett Dolphin

SUNDAY (1994) EMERGE FROM THE MUNDANE WITH THEIR DEBUT SINGLE "TIRED BOY"


Sunday (1994)
When the humdrum vibes of Slough collide with the sleepy suburbs of California, magic happens; the evidence is in the breakout debut single 'Tired Boy' from the enchanting new band Sunday (1994), inviting listeners into a world where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Coming as a sublime slice of cinematic indie, blending sparkling melancholic guitar with confessional tongue-in-cheek lyrics. With lines like "you painted your nails just to look like a rockstar," the song captures the essence of love, jealousy, and the magic found in the clumsiness of life.


'Tired Boy' is the result of the band's synergy, written and recorded in their dark one-bedroom apartment, documenting the exploration of being in love and jealous of someone carefree and clumsy, yet everything falls into place for them.



The trio behind Sunday (1994) consists of Paige Turner, Lee Newell, and the enigmatic drummer, known as X. With diverse upbringings but identical perspectives on the charade of modern life, Turner and Newell united a decade ago. Together, they create music that serves as a soundtrack to their peculiar lives.


Self-confessed cinephiles, Sunday (1994) stylizes their band name to resemble a film title, imagining their biopic as 'Dumb and Dumber' directed by Federico Fellini. The name also pays homage to Turner's Italian heritage, recalling family gatherings on Sunday evenings filled with abundant food and loud music.


Sunday (1994) have crafted more than a debut single; they've woven a sonic tapestry that transforms the mundane into cinematic magic. 'Tired Boy' is a promising opening gambit, inviting audiences to embark on a journey where every note is a brushstroke painting a vivid portrait of the extraordinary within the ordinary.



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