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February 2021
EP Review

Sundara Karma - Kill Me EP

It's a collection of tracks that sends Sundara streaming into the starlight.
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Released: 24th November 2020
Rating: ★★★★
Sundara Karma - Kill Me EP
Published: 3:38 pm, November 26, 2020Words: Stephen Ackroyd.

Sundara Karma have never been a band to stand still. Though they may have started with a debut album that felt reasonably easy to slot into a defined box, since then they've done nothing but defy expectations at every turn. 

With new EP 'Kill Me', the Reading quartet have taken the foundations set by second full-length 'Ulfila's Alphabet' and sent them into hyperspace. Teaming up with future popster Hannah Diamond on creative direction, and harnessing the production talents of Clarance Clarity, it's a collection of tracks that sends Sundara streaming into the starlight. 

Album three should be exciting, to say the least.

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