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Introducing: Blue Sunday

 

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Left to right back row- Ryan, Ben, Kaileb 
Front - Rozie


It feels like forever since I actually did an introducing post! But, I'm back and today I'm introducing you to a new band! About a week or so ago, Kaileb reached out to me and asked me if I'd be willing to do a post about Blue Sunday, and of course, I said yes. 

So, Blue Sunday is a 4-piece alt-rock band from Suffolk, England. The band consists of; 

- Rozie Smith on Rhythm Guitar and Vocals
- Kaileb Cargill on Lead Guitar and Backing Vocals
- Ben Regester on Bass
- Ryan Meyers on Drums

If you're a fan of the likes of; Arctic Monkeys, Paramore or The Offspring then Blue Sunday could be the band for you! 

Blue Sunday have one track out currently, and that was released back on the 5th December 2020, the track is titled 'Mirrors'. 

I really like Mirrors, I think it's a decent song, it's got a good beat to it. It's engaging to listen to, and it's just a generally enjoyable experience. I love the vocals on the track, and it really does pack the punch I always want tracks to pack! I like how heavy the drums are on the track, and I also love that it doesn't sound like a carbon copy of every other track by an alt-rock band. It's got an edge to it, it's got a sound that doesn't sound overly refined, but I mean that in the best way possible. It gives it that edge I love in a track, to make it stand out. It's catchy, it's incredible. It's a song that I loved when I first heard it and now I love it 100x times more. It's such a great track, and it makes me excited to hear what Blue Sunday come out with next, because it's just so good! Would highly recommend checking it out! Mirrors is a solid 5 out of 5 lemons sort of track! I love it, and I think it's phenomenal! If you haven't heard it already please, go and change that because it's extraordinary. 

I think Blue Sunday are one of those bands that you should be keeping an eye on, and seeing what comes next, there's a lot of potential for Blue Sunday, and I'd highly recommend checking them out, and supporting them! 

Where To Find Blue Sunday; 

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Apple Music 

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