PRODUCER TWO INCH PUNCH ANNOUNCES NEW PROJECT A MONTH OF SUNDAYS
During the first few weeks of the Covid-19 lockdown, London-based producer Two Inch Punch had the idea of a collaborative project in which the artist and producer community, given their sudden slow down of pace, could have the opportunity to continue working, collaborating and making connections with fellow producers and musicians that they may already know but also hopefully connecting with those that they didn’t, and that they may have admired from afar.
Two Inch Punch has now curated a new project titled A Month Of Sundays and in the spirit of the collaborative nature of the project will be releasing a series of AA-side singles over the coming months, with the full album A Month Of Sundays: Volume 1 set for release Friday 3rd September on Transgressive Records. Further details, including a full list of the collaborators plus the tracklisting, will be revealed soon.
Proceeds from A Month Of Sundays: Volume 1 will be going to the independent charities Young Minds and Black Minds Matter. It’s vitally important that we support each other at this time, and hope that this project is able to provide a small offering of relief.
The debut release from A Month Of Sundays shares two cuts, a brand new collaborative single from Jessie Ware and James Vincent McMorrow ‘Lost In LA’ plus an introduction to the truly exciting new South African group The Joy with ‘Nginothando Lwakhe’. On the project, Jessie Ware comments:
It's an absolute pleasure to be involved in such an exciting, collaborative project. Not only did I get to work with one of my great friends again, I got to sing with one of my favourite voices, James Vincent Mcmorrow. The other collabs on this project show just how instinctive and brilliant Two Inch Punch is, it's been a total pleasure”