Some people say “The sum of its parts is greater than the whole” and some times vice versa. But in this case Sunny Day Sets Fire’s sum add to one of the finest wholes in modern art pop. With members hailing from London to Canada and even as far as Hong Kong, the group has manage to take their influences and mold their new album Summer Palace.

Today sees the release of their debut full-length Summer Palace. After having released singles for their gems “Brainless” “Wilderness” and “End of The Road”, Summer Palace continues the fivesomes journey into a colorful arrangement of psychedelic pop. Every inch of sound is brushed with shimmering guitar lines and sonic harmonies that reverberate in your ears over and over.

MP3: Stranger
Purchase: Summer Palace

2 Responses to “SUNNY DAY SETS FIRE Summer Palace”

  1. 1 Millipop July 9, 2008 at 2:53 am

    Wow! It was true! They are fantastic! A very number 1 band!

  2. 2 Werethebees July 9, 2008 at 9:29 am

    The album is absolutely stunning! They’re not a foursome, though 😉

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