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January 14, 2014

Baltimore's Sun Club sign to Goodnight Records! New EP in January, stream it now at Impose Magazine!

Sun Club‘s Debut EP for the label, Dad Claps at the Mom Prom, is out on January 21st. Preorder it now and stream it in full at Impose Magazine!

Hailing from ever eclectic Baltimore, Maryland, SUN CLUB infuses bright instrumentals, animal calls, and delirious stomping with dirty sunshine pop to get your body grooving. SUN CLUB formed in 2012 out of the ashes of an old band, with the purpose of making people go insane (in a great way). Pulling from influences like The Beach Boys and Animal Collective, SUN CLUB creates an array of energetic noises. After working with producer Steve Wright, their debut EP is out on Goodnight Records on January 21st.

-Preorder at Goodnight Records (link)
-Preorder at iTunes (link)
-stream it, with interview at Impose (link)

“Sun Club serve as a brilliant amalgamation of various styles that swirl together into one cohesive and incredibly satisfying result. They carry a certain spontaneity that makes their music inherently enjoyable, you’re never too sure of when they’re going to stick to a catchy rhythm or break into a primal flash of shouts and percussive breakdowns.” - Paste Magazine

“Baltimore band Sun Club creates upbeat indie orchestral pop tunes with flourishing, bright instrumentation, a series of musical stops and starts along with delirious stomping, joyful ohh-ohh choruses, melodic hooks and animal calls and howls” - Indie Rock Cafe

“Heralding songs to crash the homecoming school dance and interrupt the popularity contents; “Beauty Meat” celebrates a hungry and carnivorous pageant of its own choosing and right. True to the nature of their name, Sun Club keeps the pacing high on its own energetic heels.” - Impose Mag

“the sound is solid and makes for some damn catchy songs, especially atop their mosaic of percussion. Vocalist Mikey Powers is an impressive force, clearly not shy when it comes to really belting into a mic. Even so, his voice is controlled and clear, steering the songs along.” -

Sun Club will be touring the US now through April, full dates to be announced soon! If you are in the NYC area be sure to make it to one of their release shows on January 25th or The Goodnight records showcase on February 22nd!

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