Don’t worry, it’s ok to do that – we are human after all and this split is not all that sad.
Featuring new and unreleased music by four talented acts, Sundae Bloody Sundae is a great comp to be listening to if you are looking for a little variety by some bands you may have overlooked at one time or have not even heard of.
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die‘s “Fat Heaven” will depress the shit out of you and make you hungry possibly for a donut. Man, what a downer of track. I seriously think listening to this with your head down, walking slowly in public and avoiding all eye contact is the only way to listen to this tune. I loved it. There is a reason so many people dig this band…
Rozwell Kid did an impressive cover of Spirit Night’s “The Weather”. I can’t lie, I thought I liked the original more, but the more and more I listened to this track over and over, Rozwell Kid’s own Weezer-esque twist on the original won me over.
Kittyhawk….oh Kittyhawk. You make my heart bleed. Listening to “Soft Serve” turned me into just a pile of mush. The thing I loved the most about this track is the 90s feel I sensed throughout. Dare I say, but the dual vocals remind me of The Cranberries a ton.
Two Knights‘s “Benji’s Cool Times Summer Jamz” was a little technical, a little instrumental, and plenty interesting to listen to. Starting off uppity, things soon slowed down with a self-reflection of sorts.
At a whopping $3 to download or $5 for a flexie, I think this would be well spent money to any music fan out there. This will last a lot longer than a sundae, especially if you are me.
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – “Fat Heaven”
Rozwell Kid – “The Weather (Spirit Night)”
Kittyhawk – “Soft Serve”
Two Knights – “Benji’s Cool Times Summer Jamz”
1,000 copies –
– /250 White Flexi w/ screenprinted hand-numbered covers (Available exclusively at FEST 13)
– /750 Clear Flexi w/ full color cover.