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Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018

Check out some photos of their Saturday set.
Published: 11:21 am, August 26, 2018Words: Steven Loftin. Photos: Corinne Cumming.

Bringing a little taste of their New York style to Reading, Sunflower Bean own every inch of the Festival Republic stage.

As bassist Julia Cumming and guitarist Jacob Faber both split the singing duties, the band bounce and thrive off each other, each moment studiously crafted but also charmingly organic. 

Sunflower Bean have everything to offer and nothing to lose.

Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018
Sunflower Bean bring a taste of their New York style to Reading 2018

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