Sunset Sons - Too Many Humans, Not Enough Souls.

Tracklist

Side A
1.
Intro
Sunset Sons
2.
Gonna Be A Way
Sunset Sons
04:03
3.
Soul Destroyer
Sunset Sons
03:54
4.
Rum and Coca Loca
Sunset Sons
03:10
5.
Tonight
Sunset Sons
03:45
6.
Sunny Funny Days
Sunset Sons
03:23
Side B
1.
Smile
Sunset Sons
03:34
2.
So We Oh
Sunset Sons
04:08
3.
Can't Explain
Sunset Sons
02:54
4.
Live And Learn
Sunset Sons
03:52
5.
Song For Lilah
Sunset Sons
04:15

Information


  • Artist : Sunset Sons
  • Label : AntiFragile Music
  • Format : 1 x 12" (140g)
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • GenresIndie PopPop-Rock
  • Pressing100 Copies
  • Estimated delivery dateNovember 2022

Description

Somebody had spray painted ‘Too Many Humans and not Enuff Souls..’ on the wall outside my wife’s apartment in New York when we were first dating and I had taken a picture of it. And then when this record was finished and we were looking for a title I had seen the photo on my phone and it struck a chord. The songs we had written. It seemed to fit. We wrote and recorded this record in three different countries during a global pandemic that had interfered pretty heavily in all our lives. No gigs for a while, how we gonna make money? When are we gonna see mates and loved ones again? How does it feel being stranded all over the globe? All things we were wondering and stressing about.

The songs on this album are about a lot of things but weigh pretty heavily on humans and how we treat and react to each other. Maybe how we could do better? How can we be there for one another? What it feels like to want to protect someone.. And also just how sometimes we are just waiting on that time to let it all hang out and have some fun again..

Sunset Sons are now gearing up for the release of their new album, Too Many Humans, Not Enough Souls, featuring previously released songs 'Gonna Be A Way,' 'Soul Destroyer,' 'Sunny Funny Days,' 'Rum and Coca Loca,' and 'Smile.' Created during lockdown, this new album is an exploratory and more experimental take on their laid back rock sound.

AntiFragile Music was originated in 2017. Tom Sarig, AntiFragile’s founder, is a music business veteran of over two decades who has played a central role nurturing and helping several important & acclaimed music artists achieve breakthrough success and sell millions of records, either as their manager or in a label/A&R capacity, and in genres ranging from electronic to rock, pop to hip hop. Prior to launching AntiFragile, Tom has run Esther Creative Group since 2004, an artist management company and brand consultancy which has managed the careers of artists such as Lou Reed, Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music, Violent Femmes, Rickie Lee Jones, CAKE, Jamie Lidell, Twin Atlantic, The Gaslight Anthem, Kishi Bashi, Bebel Gilberto, Os Mutantes, She Wants Revenge, Electric Youth, Brian Fallon, Against Me!, The Drums, Blonde Redhead, Le Tigre, Prefuse 73 and many others. For the 11 years prior to starting Esther Creative Group, Tom served as a Grammy-winning Senior A&R executive at various major labels including Universal Records, Arista Records, MCA Records, A&M Records, and TVT Records. where Tom worked with acts including The Roots, Nine Inch Nails, Damien Rice, Erykah Badu, Blink-182, Gil Scott-Heron, Annie Lennox, Mos Def, Imogen Heap, Dj Shadow, Sarah McLachlan, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Ministry Sammy Hagar, The Specials, Autechre and so many others. Tom has also produced a number of feature films, having served as Film Producer for two acclaimed features, Red Shirley and Lou Reed’s “Berlin”, and Tom served as Producer for MTV’s annual television special on his Shortlist Music Prize .

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