Okay has been an ongoing project that has lasted almost four years. Sleep In Sundays wrote the first songs for the album when he was sixteen years old, deep in the thickets of adolescence. These 18 songs detail relatable hardships of growing into one’s life and the reluctant acceptance of inevitable change. Suburban field recordings provide a backdrop for many of the songs, from rain on a roof to crickets and cicadas to a commonplace answering machine message. For Sleep In Sundays, home recording is an art form in and of itself. This record challenges listeners to experience nostalgia not as an idealized remembrance of the past, but as a painful process of discovering where we come from and how we have become ourselves. Sleep In Sundays guides us through this journey with soft guitars and even softer vocals that reveal subdued sadness and renewed hope. CD.
Edition of 500.