Italian Americana band Sunday Morning have announced their first-ever UK shows next month. The quartet, from the northern city of Cesena, have been picking up a raft of great reviews for their fourth album – succinctly titled ‘Four’ which was released last summer. Markedly different in style and structure to their previous albums, the record was inspired by band founder and principal songwriter Andrea Cola’s time spent working with producer Daniel Lanois at the world-famous Esplanade studio in New Orleans. Dates are below the clip!
Italian roots renegades Sunday Morning’s excellent new album ‘Four’ sounds much like a sunglazed heartland rock US road movie soundtrack. With the best part of ten years behind them in terms of touring and making records, this is a band that are totally at one with each other. It’s uplifting roots music that nods its cap to all manner of influences from The Replacements to Springsteen. Yet, far from a nostalgia trip Sunday Morning depicts a band refining their sound, with ‘Four‘ they have made a record that I’m sure will make a ‘Van Life’ piece in future months. It’s a perfect accompaniment to any trip! Americana-UK caught up with the band to see how life on the road works out for them. Continue reading “Van Life – Sunday Morning”
Following on from the release of Sicilian Fabrizio Cammarata’s critically acclaimed ‘Lights’, the Italian Americana (is that a coffee?) theme is continued by Sunday Morning, who returned with a new line-up in 2015 after eight years in the wilderness. Andrea Cola is back again with a brand new sound to go with the updated personnel. A little older, a little wiser, a new direction – and it sounds like rebirth. Continue reading “Sunday Morning “Four” (Bronson Recordings, 2019)”