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Sundara Karma Announce Intimate London Halloween Show, Share New Single Illusions

Tuesday, 09 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Sundara Karma have announced an intimate Halloween London show.

They will call at Omeara on October 24. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £18.00 plus fees. The Reading quartet are currently working on their second album, which is expected to arrive in 2019.

Alongside the show announcement, the band have released a new single, Illusions. The track was co-produced by Stuart Price (who has worked with Madonna, the Killers and Les Rhythm Digitales) and Kaines (aka Alex from Everything Everything). Lead vocalist Oscar Pollock said:

"The song is a groovy slow pumper, our best effort ever at being both sensual and enlightening. In times of horror and uncertainty we need love and positivity and the ability to recognise that everything around us is temporary. I like to think we are not separate from one another, every single thing we do affects the people and the world around us. From macro to micro - from our inner world to the outer world. Easier said than done and much easier sung than said."

The song is far removed from indie cuts such as She Said from their 2017 debut album, 'Youth Is Only Fun In Retrospect'. It finds the band indulging their alt-pop and electro-funk influences and Pollock exploring new, more baritone, vocal approaches.

Sundara Karma Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 24 2018 - LONDON Omeara

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