The Brooklyn duo return with the latest single off their upcoming The Courage of Present Times LP.
The Courage of Present Times, March 23rd.
Another track off The Courage of Present Times? Yes please!
The Boston-based duo will soon return. Can't wait!
Now that Anna Wise's vocals are all over Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city, I'd like to hope more folks are onto what Sonnymoon is doing. Either way, do yourself a favor and click play on their latest video from their self-titled LP.
Shot by Deacon the Villain. This past Tuesday, the Boston-based duo quartet took the stage at 529 in Atlanta. And like we've been known to do, the DopeHouse gives fans that couldn't make the show a 2dope recap. On top of performance clips of "Blast Off" and "Every Summer Night" and fan perspectives, we also
Directed by The Ports. Off Anthony Valadez' new album Just Visiting; which can be streamed after the jump and purchased here.
Following up on a successful run w/ Teebs and Time Wharp earlier this year, Sonnymoon are gearing up to hit the road yet again - this time w/ a US West Coast tour featuring co-headliner Jonti of Stones Throw + a rotating cast of support, including Knxwledge, devonwho, B.Lewis, & Mndsgn. The tour kicks off
Sonnymoon's self-titled album dropped today (iTunes) via Plug Research. And to celebrate the release, Anna and Dane are offering up a full album stream. Check it below.
First came the audio, now enjoy the visual from the eclectic Bostonians. Sonnymoon's self-titled album will drop May 22nd, but you can pre-order it on iTunes now. PREVIOUS: Sonnymoon – Houstatlantavegas (Wajeed Remix)
Second single off Sonnymoon's upcoming eponymous LP. As the title suggests, this cut questions what separates Human from Animal. it opens like the dawn with the morning sun, bright and boisterous, with the energy of a gang of thirsty animals at a watering hole. Forget your responsibilities and dance around like a fool for 4
I first heard about Sonnymoon at SXSW while hanging with No and Meezy from blindiforthekids. They played their rendition of Drake’s, “Houstalantavegas” and I was instantly hooked. Seeing that the duo doesn’t need a third leg producer, the only way I could work with them was do a remix. We connected, they sent the vocals,