Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect: Sundara Karma Album Review

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Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect; Sundara Karma’s debut album has been years in the making but was it worth the wait? In a word; yes.

From the highs of ‘Loveblood’ and ‘She Said’ to the moving and gripping “Happy Families’ the album is an exploration of what it means to be young but dig a little deeper and the four piece from Reading may surprise you with the eloquence of their lyrics, religious connotations and references to Plato in ‘Flame.’

Sundara Karma are bringing a renaissance to indie rock and are a ‘band in waiting’ no more as this explosive debut with hard-hitting hooks and intensely provocative lyrics is making a firm impression on the music scene.

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