The Sundays

Profile:
English indie rock band formed in 1988 in London and disbanded in 1997. Band name stylized as The SUNDAYS on all releases.

Members:
Harriet Wheeler (vocals)
David Gavurin (guitar)
Paul Brindley (bass)
Patrick Hannan (drums)
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Albums

M5G-24277, D5G-24277 The Sundays - Reading, Writing And Arithmetic album art The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic (Album) Rough Trade M5G-24277, D5G-24277 US 1990 Sell This Version
DGCC/D-24479 The Sundays - Blind album art The Sundays Blind (Album) Parlophone, Parlophone DGCC/D-24479 US 1992 Sell This Version
7343 The Sundays - Static & Silence album art The Sundays Static & Silence (Album) Parlophone, Parlophone 7343 US 1997 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

RTT 218 CD The Sundays - Can't Be Sure album art The Sundays Can't Be Sure (Single) Rough Trade RTT 218 CD Europe 1989 Sell This Version
CAT076 The Sundays - I Won album art The Sundays I Won(Flexi, 7", S/Sided) The Catalogue CAT076 UK 1989 Sell This Version
SA 1269 The Sundays - Here's Where The Story Ends album art The Sundays Here's Where The Story Ends (Single) Rough Trade, Festival Records SA 1269 France 1990 Sell This Version
PRO-A-4003 The Sundays - Joy album art The Sundays Joy(12", W/Lbl) Geffen Records PRO-A-4003 US 1990 Sell This Version
7243 8 80473 2 6 The Sundays - Love / Goodbye album art The Sundays Love / Goodbye (Single) Parlophone 7243 8 80473 2 6 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
DGCCS-19144 The Sundays - Love album art The Sundays Love (Single) Geffen Records DGCCS-19144 US 1992 Sell This Version
12R 6319, 7243 8 80221 6 3 The Sundays - Goodbye album art The Sundays Goodbye (Single) Parlophone, Parlophone 12R 6319, 7243 8 80221 6 3 UK 1992 Sell This Version
DGCCS-19252 The Sundays - Wild Horses album art The Sundays Wild Horses (Single) Geffen Records DGCCS-19252 US 1993 Sell This Version
SPCD1629 The Sundays - The Black Session album art The Sundays The Black Session(CD, EP, Promo) EMI France, Parlophone SPCD1629 France 1993 Sell This Version
CDR 6487, 7243 8 84888 2 2 The Sundays - Cry album art The Sundays Cry (Single) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone CDR 6487, 7243 8 84888 2 2 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
7243 8 84629 2 1 The Sundays - Summertime album art The Sundays Summertime (Single) Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 8 84629 2 1 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

Compilations

7243 5 43171 2 5, 543 1712 The Sundays - Blind / Reading, Writing And Arithmetic album art The Sundays Blind / Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(CD, Album, RE + CD, Album, RE + Comp) Parlophone, Parlophone 7243 5 43171 2 5, 543 1712 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

BLIND 1 The Sundays - The Blind Sampler album art The Sundays The Blind Sampler(CD, Promo, Smplr) Parlophone BLIND 1 UK 1992 Sell This Version
PRO-CD-1122 The Sundays - Here's Where The Story Began (A Brief History) album art The Sundays Here's Where The Story Began (A Brief History)(CD, Promo, Smplr) DGC PRO-CD-1122 US 1997 Sell This Version

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Escapist

Escapist

August 4, 2021
edited 11 months ago
A brilliant band with three terrific albums filled with gorgeous vocals, sublime guitar and a killer rhythm section. The first two produced by the legendary Ray Shulman have more of the dreampop sound while their third and final album was more laid back and pop oriented while still maintaining an indie quality and tone to it.
It's a shame that these albums have yet to be remastered as well as all those B-sides and live tracks not compiled into a solid collection.
Very few bands achieved such greatness in three studio albums (Nirvana being another). Let's hope, one day, they decide to comeback and delight us with more. Fingers crossed!
VinylZad

VinylZad

June 9, 2021
Someone needs to release their B-sides to streaming and (ideally) to vinyl. Magical songs that you can only find on YT right now.
dr303

dr303

February 7, 2020
Harriet Wheeler's vocals are of a sublime beauty on everything she touched from the spiky 'Don't Tell Your Mother' track on their debut 12" to their final hurrah with 'Summertime'. Soulmate (and husband) David Gavurin's jangley guitars soar and the melodies are just out of this world. One of the most treasured bands to emerge from the UK and my personal reference point to describe the term 'indie pop'. One day, maybe one day, they will be emerge from their extended hiatus and be back with new material......and that will be a great day!

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