Forgotten Sun
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Forgotten Sun

Leicester, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Leicester, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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"reviews"

REVIEW'S:

"This band is awesome - the music softly rocks your soul. I look forward to playing more of their stuff on my radio show when they get signed." - Hannah Patterson - Leicester Sound 105.4fm

"i predict Sundayclub will keep standing firmly for a long time to come". - Heathen Angel

"Sunday club have a great sound for radio, commercial enough to sell records but unique enough to bag their own slice of the market! Breathtaking live, and gorgeous" - Naomi Kent - Leicester Sound 105.4fm

"They took the DSU crowd by storm and won (the battle of the bands).” Heidi Hansen - Demon fm - radio


"coventry fest"

Final: The Jailhouse - Bands: Stone, Sundayclub, The Haze, The Lounge Kings, The Stolen, Tequila Stuntman, Cepheus. - Winners: SUNDAYCLUB - bbc - bbc


"Professionals"

Professionals
Sundayclub play next, swapping places with Wired due to a broken sax reed. The general opinion of the audience is that they sound very much like Pearl Jam, and they produce a very polished, professional sound. - They rate their influences among Counting Crows and Pearl Jam. - 'Sympathy' was a slow, drive-time number, but grew on me as it progressed. The instruments stopped and unaccompanied vocals soared, then the guitars crashed back in - very nice. - Set for the Stadiums - Their song, Before The Morning. And I really have to say the guitar playing was totally excellent and made the band. This song also produced the best singing of the night; credit to Matt. - The set ends with stadium guitars and a crash of the drums. An Americanised resonance was the product of their set, but this band have been going for two years and have had time to perfect their songs to give a polished end creation. - Afterwards the band thought that it "didn't go as good as last week" but they still hope to win "and get to play the Summer Ball (Staffs Uni)". Take a look at their website www.sundayclubband.com. - bbc - bbc


"Frankly rock"

Frankly rock
The consensus for those who have seen them live are that Sundayclub frankly rock. This is how they used to do it in the old days, real songs, combining a sound that might suggest another decade if it weren't so rooted in the moment. its old school, but a new sound, Be upstanding, Ladies and Gentleman, for Sundayclub. - Press pass - press pass


"Standing firmly"

Standing firmly
Sundayclub presented an impressive set which was best savoured and not rush - The Charlotte crowd were obviously taken aback and within a couple of songs had impressed the audience and received enthusiastic reactions from within the venue. all of this in the face of minor adversity as one of the guitarists broke a sting
within the first few bars and had to play with 5 strings for the first 2 songs. This didn’t phase the band in the slightest and while the guitarist ran offstage to find a replace axe, the rest of the group coolly changed the set slightly and carried on. - with more performances like this, i predict Sundayclub will keep standing firmly for a long time to come. - Heathen Angel - Heathen Angel


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Bio
This is a band that proudly stands out amongst its peers. A band driven by purpose and filled with passion, Forgotten Sun, is a force to be reckoned with. Their tracks hits you fast and hard with a fury of tight rhythms and distorted guitars from beginning to end, while showing you the band’s diversity along the way with softer tracks, But having some great recorded tracks filled with addicting hooks, and enough headbanging beats to get you an appointment with your local chiropractor is not enough for these rockers. “It’s all about having the live show to back it up” singer Mat Tacey Forgotten Sun has it, leaving it all on the stage and you breathless, screaming for more. Mat, commands the stage as well as the crowd with his uncanny vocal performance while connecting with the audience through stories of love and loss. Liam and Ben Sargent dual between rhythm and lead while delivering both color and drive simultaneously backed by a rhythm section with more than enough backbone between bass player, Guy Jolley , and pounder Luke Morley. Having already shared the stage with many of today’s National Acts such as Kasabian, Biffy Clyro, Span, Flickerstick, Lucon, Six by Seven, Bell X1, Tim Arnold, Jason and the Scorchers, The Highs, Paolo Nutini, Forgotten Sun, is a band that will be followed by the masses and lead the charge for rock music into the next decade.

REVIEW'S:

"This band is awesome - the music softly rocks your soul. I look forward to playing more of their stuff on my radio show when they get signed." - Hannah Patterson - Leicester Sound 105.4fm

"i predict Senecio will keep standing firmly for a long time to come". - Heathen Angel

"senecio have a great sound for radio, commercial enough to sell records but unique enough to bag their own slice of the market! Breathtaking live, and gorgeous" - Naomi Kent - Leicester Sound 105.4fm

"They took the DSU crowd by storm and won (the battle of the bands).” Heidi Hansen - Demon fm