Saturday Sun

Trackimage Playbut Trackname Playbut Trackname
Seagull 03:56 Tools
Borderline 00:00 Tools
Seeds To The Sun 00:00 Tools
Like A Stray 00:00 Tools
Something In The Woods 00:00 Tools
I Want a life for you 00:00 Tools
Blinded By The Truth 00:00 Tools
Peaked 00:00 Tools
Down to the forest 00:00 Tools
Le Monge Snail 00:00 Tools
In your head 00:00 Tools
In Their Lines 00:00 Tools
Hollows 00:00 Tools
Singing Logos 00:00 Tools
Life in the Garden 00:00 Tools
Whale Song 00:00 Tools
Light Again 00:00 Tools
That Wave 00:00 Tools
The Deepest Woods 00:00 Tools
Black River 00:00 Tools
Fly By 00:00 Tools
Interlude 00:00 Tools
Saturday Sun 00:00 Tools
Vance Joy 00:00 Tools
something in the woods 00:00 Tools
Dead Body Blues 00:00 Tools
like a stray 00:00 Tools
Strumming 00:00 Tools
Chocodile Skin 00:00 Tools
Look for the Sun 00:00 Tools
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Saturday Sun are an English indie acoustic band from the Swanage, Dorset, UK, which formed in 2012. The band is composed of Alex Hedley (vocals and guitar), Billy Merrick (guitar), Tobias Fitton (bass) and Allan Varnfield (drums). The band released a 7-track EP, Seagull in April 2012 on the Lazy Butterfly Record, which had been recorded at Conversion Studios UK. The self-titled track Seagull received critical acclaim, with iTunes placing the EP on their homepage as a recommended record. The title track won a coveted "Q Track of the Day" and a place on the soundtrack of the movie "House at the End of the Street" (released Sept 2012) and the hit US teen mystery series "Twisted" (ABC TV) . In addition the band were promptly invited to record sessions for Daytrotter, Crypt and Watch, Listen, Tell - the latter receiving over 11,000 hits in 1 week. Their debut album, Orixé, was released in January 2014 and received widespread praise from the music press - "utterly perfect" (The Guardian), "Beautifully translucent" (Clash Magazine) and even received 4/5 stars from The Financial Times. The distinctive artwork to the album was hand-drawn by Adonna Khare. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.