Sunday Morning is the most fresh thing to come out of Vancouver. The project came to life in a hotel room on Vancouver’s Downtown East-Side and they’ve been innovating ever since. A kaleidoscope of genre’s and collaborations, Sunday Morning isn’t bogged down with labels. Instead they focus on creating music authentic to them. “Anna Says” is their latest release, further proving their talents know no bounds.
The collaborative effort within “Anna Says” helps further make this single stand out among the rest. It was produced and recorded by Felix Fung at Little Red Sounds Studio and mixed by Grammy and Juno award winning producer Chris Birkett (Sinead O’Connor, Buffy Sainte Marie). And as if that powerhouse duo wasn’t enough, they also had guitar virtuoso Dave Dykhuizen, “Double D” add his soulful flair to the track.
But collaboration isn’t the only thing that makes Sunday Morning special. Part of their magic is their ability to connect and engage to listener’s emotions. They state that they’re “dedicated to exploring the wide spectrum of emotions and seeks to bridge the duality of the human experience.” That dedication to connecting with fans leaves their music pure, raw, and allowing listeners to connect on a visceral level.
“Anna Says” take listeners through the meld of emotions between hope and desperation. “She says I lost everything I had. But I still have love to give.” The line between hope and desperation is thin, and this track delicately plays with that line beautifully.
Sunday Morning has the makings of something very special. “Anna Says” certainly won’t be the last of them, so keep your eyes peeled for more!