21 year-old Sunday Girl Jade Williams earned her stage-name thanks to the forgetful customers of the pet shop she worked in every Sunday as a 14 year-old. "No one ever knew what I was called; they just used to call me 'Sunday Girl' and that sort of stuck."
But Sunday Girl doesn’t just make music for the weekend; she makes music for every day of the week. Far from a cookie-cutter created singer churned from the baking-machine of pop, she boasts music that is in turns enigmatic, individual and utterly epic.
Building on the online hipster buzz of Four Floors, Sunday Girl is, on 2nd August, about post a cover of one her favourite ever tracks Self Control. Originally by RAF it was massive 80s Italo disco classic that later to became a huge hit stateside for Laura Branigan. Sunday Girl’s radical new version mixes a churning dancefloor-friendly acidic production with Jade’s own wry pop delivery.
Beautiful, thoughtful, intelligent and credible, with a sense of style and panache to match her tunes, Sunday Girl is offering a whole new creative sensibility to the world of music. A true individual, this Sunday girl clearly has no plans to rest just yet…
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