Since its conception in a small hotel room on Vancouver’s downtown east side Sunday Morning has continuously proven itself as a force in musical innovation. Conceived by veteran Vancouver musician Bruce Wilson Sunday Morning released its first self-titled debut album to widespread critical acclaim including being named “The best album from Vancouver in 2016” by The Georgia Straight. Collaboration is the cornerstone of Sunday Morning’s success and in the past five years Wilson has worked with a veritable who’s who in the Vancouver music scene including his long time collaborator and friend Stephen Hamm (Slow, The Evaporators), Dave Genn (54-40, Matthew Good), JP Carter (Destroyer) to name just a few. The band’s core currently consists of producer/guitarist Felix Fung (Girlfriends//Boyfriends), bassist Max Sample (The Ballantynes), drummer Shawn Marazek (The Evaporators) and singer and keyboardist Jovana Golubovic (Les Chaussettes).
Sunday Morning presents its narrative in a breathtaking collage of genres. From rock and roll to lush dream pop their fresh approach to music and art engages on a pure and visceral level. Sunday Morning is dedicated to exploring the wide spectrum of emotion and seeks to bridge the duality of the human experience. In keeping with this mandate their new single Anna Says is a beautiful melding of hope and desperation. The song 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). Guitar virtuoso Dave Dykhuizen, “Double D”, stopped by the session to add his unmistakable soulful flavor to the track. Anna Says is the latest chapter in Sunday Morning’s continuing arc through Wilson’s dark and troubled past towards the eternal promise of a new day.