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Hey! Sundara Karma have revealed three unreleased new tracks!

The numbers were made during the recording of latest album ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’
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Published: 5:27 pm, May 19, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Hey! Sundara Karma have revealed three unreleased new tracks!

Stop what you’re doing! Yes, you.. scurrying to the kitchen for biscuits! Sundara Karma have just dropped three unreleased new tracks on the world, and they’re glorious

Created and recorded during sessions around their latest album ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ - the band revealed the three tracks through a morning mail-out to fans! They also revealed that they had originally planned to release some new music right about in the lead-up to a brand new album (!!)

Complete with the tracks, Sundara Karma explained:

This is probably the craziest time in our lives to be writing to you and we hope that everyone is keeping well.

We had a few big-ish plans for this summer: we were planning on starting to release some new music around this time in May, all in the run up to a new album that has now been put on hold. And like pretty much everyone on planet earth, we did not see a global pandemic being the spanner that was thrust into the works.

So, since we are unable to get into a studio to record new music - we have found, on a dusty old hard drive, three tracks that we couldn’t squeeze onto Ulfilas’ Alphabet.

Stay safe, sanitised and most importantly, sane during these uncertain times and we can’t wait to see all of you on the other side of the hill

Warmly, Sundara Karma

Check ‘em out below - we’ll be waiting on the other side of the hill with everyone else

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