Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9)

Album: Endless Flowers (2012)


  • Singer and guitarist Brandon Welchez had penned the melody and chords for "Sunday," but was struggling to put it all together. However, once bandmate Charles Rowell sent him a poem, he was able adapt its words to fit the song. Welchez told Spinner: "I did it in my in-law's guest bedroom and was too shy to sing loud, so the original version was in a different key, much deeper. A few months later Charlie flew out to NYC, and we arranged it and he wrote the bass line and guitar lead, which in my opinion, make the song."


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