Sunday Recovery formed in 2009. Once a tight unit, the quartet wasted no time in recording their debut album, and the ambitious rock of “Coma” is the result. Musically, the band pay close attention to songcraft whilst pushing boundaries with progressive overtones, whilst lyrically the album deals with everyday issues such as love, sex, politics and the environment. The band secured Porcupine Tree bass player Colin Edwin who contributed to the project by playing bass on the tracks “In Front of You” and “Side C”. The band wanted to create an international feel to their debut album which has led them to mix the CD at Sphere Studios in London. Taking influence from the likes of Colin Edwin’s afformentioned Porcupine Tree, King Crimson and the melodic soundscapes of The Bends-era Radiohead, Sunday Recovery more than meld a sound of their own. Undeniably a brew that contains as much dark as it ever did light, the band are proving experts in the field of hard hitting rock music.