Laust Sonne “Sunday Morning”

Laust Sonne Sunday Morning’s immediate draw is built off of a strong foundation of synths and sequence drums. A light trapping of 1980s synthpop and dance brings Laust Sonne’s Sunday Morning into a fascinating mash-up of the Pet Shop Boys and Owl City. With a chorus that will bury itself deep into the psyche of listeners, Sunday Morning is a delectable effort. The switch-over between stanza and chorus brings in hints of pop; a lush production ensures that multiple things can be happening during the song without the resulting effort sounding cluttered or otherwise busy. An A+ effort, something to listen to while working out or driving around.

Laust Sonne “Sunday Morning”

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