Taken off their upcoming self-titled debut EP which is out early next year.
French dark-pop outfit The Sunday Sadness have released the cinematic new video for the new track Someone taken from their self-titled debut EP which will be self-released on 15 February 2019 on all digital platforms.
“Someone is about ending up alone after losing your lover and trying to figure out what life is going to be like without them. The song is softer than we would usually write and it definitely has a huge retro-wave vibe to it. It felt just right to have John singing a lot more than usual on this one. The music video shows each member of the band failing at trying to cope with losing their special someone.” says vocalist Matthieu Kirby.
The Sunday Sadness are a French Dark Pop band from Bordeaux, formed by a group of four friends who wanted to mix their love 80’s synth-wave, alt-rock and hip-hop to create something truly unique. Influenced by artists such as The 1975, HOME, Chase Atlantic, BTS and even My Chemical Romance, this cinematic debut is sure to be a future cult classic.
“The Sunday Sadness EP is a collection of seven sad songs that depict the fate of someone that lost it all. Ambition, love, relationships, and especially the will to connect with a modern society that failed us. It was really important for us to entirely. Be sure to check out The Sunday Sadness live very soon.self-produce this record. We wrote, tracked and mixed everything on our own. We spent a huge amount of time demoing, trying a thousand different structures and arrangements on every track of this EP because we wanted to come up with a genre that we own. We finally managed to mix our synth-wave, alt-rock, hip-hop and emo influences into a style that we like to call dark-pop. We’re really proud of this EP and we’ve already started working on numerous demos for a future record, so stay tuned.” adds Matthieu Kirby.