The Sundowners reveal trippy single Great Beauty taken from second album 'Cut the Master'


HOYLAKE band The Sundowners are set to release their latest album ‘Cut The Master’ on Wirral based music label, Skeleton Key Records.

Set to be unveiled on Friday, April 28, the new album released on vinyl, CD and digital is the follow up to their critically acclaimed self-titled debut.

Recorded over a year at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool with The Coral’s James Skelly, Andy Votel and Rich Turvey who has recently seen success with the likes of The Coral, She Drew The Gun and Blossoms.

Their once self-proclaimed 'psych-folk' glove now seems to fit rather awkwardly with their fresh sound which dips in and out of uncertainty this explored more so in first single from the album, Great Beauty.

Quickly making advances with domineering guitar chords, the kooky sound is backed by an even wilder synth lead craze, sending the music into a jaunty showdown of mad sounds however we're still falling down that rabbit-hole of kaleidoscopic dreams.



In conjunction with the release the five will share a joint headline tour with Liverpool hero Edgar Jones and the New Joneses who also is set to release a new album in April.

Upcoming tour dates:

APRIL 25 // Leeds // Brudenell Social Club 26 // Newcastle // Think Tank 28 // Barnsley // Opium 10 29 // Manchester // Jimmy’s Bar MAY 1 // London // The Lexington 3 // Brighton // Sticky Mikes 4 // Birmingham // Sunflower Lounge 5 // Sheffield // The Rocking Chair 7 // Glasgow // King Tuts


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