U.K. pop-punk quartet, Single By Sunday have unleashed their new single and video for “Dear John”. “Dear John” takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to a story of love and revenge, as carried out in both the lyrics and visual accompaniment. The track itself exudes the band’s signature sound of undeniably catchy melodies and bouncing guitars which transcend into their unforgettable live shows. The band will continue to grow their fanbase across North America this Fall, being hand-selected to perform by the National Association of College Activities at their conferences, as well as an appearance at Herter Park Amphitheater in Boston, MA this weekend. You can watch the video for “Dear John” here and check out a list of upcoming worldwide tour dates below.
The band has this to say about “Dear John”:
“‘Dear John’ started out under a few different names but the premise has always been the same; a fictional account of a disgruntled employee taking revenge on his boss. We threw some guitars and a double kick at it and suddenly it became a fan favourite. Who doesn’t love a good sing-a-long?”
Since winning “Best Emerging International Artist” at Toronto Music Week in 2017, Single By Sunday have been crowned a torchbearer of the next generation of pop-punk in both the United Kingdom and North America. Last year, they were part of the acclaimed “Boys of Summer 2018” national tour and performed at the final Vans Warped Tour. They’ve since released their debut EP, Punk-U, and played to over 50,000 people at “First Night Boston” which garnered them coverage on the city’s NBC10. Since moving to Los Angeles, the band’s fanbase seems to be growing to new heights as the anticipation for new music is a constant theme amongst their now 57k followers on Twitter and 33k on Instagram. With more music on the way and a headline tour of the UK slated for January 2020 nearing sell-outs across all venues, they are undoubtedly a band to keep an eye on.
01/10 @ Asylum 2 – Birmingham, UK
01/11 @ Thousand Island – London, UK
01/12 @ Jimmy’s – Liverpool, UK
01/17 @ Think Tank – Newcastle, UK (sold out)
01/18 @ Cathouse – Glasgow, UK (sold out)