That Sunday Feeling By Chris Clough Photography
That Sunday Feeling were a rock band from Grantham, Lincolnshire.
Formed February 2010 they disbanded February 2013.
During that time they:
- - produced, promoted and managed 2 successful UK tours
- - opened for McFly at Wembley Arena
- - produced 10 original tracks (one remains unreleased)
- - released 5 official videos
- - had more than a million YouTube views
- - built a considerable Facebook following
- - earned the respect of fellow musicians and industry professionals
- - proved more than capable at handling mainstream media exposure
They may have never found the breakthrough song but they had masses of potential and an incredible stage presence. They achieved so much it makes you wonder what might have been had they only allowed themselves to continue.
And every bit of what they achieved they did so using their own initiative, talent and energy:
- - original music
- - videos
- - tours
- - photographs and promotional materials
- - tee-shirts, flyers and posters
- - social networking and distribution
All this and the million-and-one other things necessary to keep the show on the road for three years they did by themselves. Everything.
Not bad when you consider they were aged just 16 to 18 years old when they began. It’s a record of which they can each be very proud.
They listened and responded positively to constructive criticism. They worked so hard and displayed such talent and creativity, they gave so much time, energy and money to achieve their ambition.
When they appeared on stage they possessed an energy and drive, a sheer presence that outshone the many bands who asked to appear with them. No other band was as remotely impressive.
But they are also realists and they ran their band on the corporate model. When the interest just wasn’t coming through from the industry they decided to stop.
More than anything, they are the nicest of people. You only have to ask those who followed them or the musicians, producers, photographers and artists who worked with them.
They individually deserve and undoubtedly will achieve resounding success in the years ahead. This is just the beginning and most certainly not the end.
It’s been an epic journey so far and we were fortunate enough to experience some of the highs. We also know how well the band handled the inevitable lows too.
For so many people they have been a source of great pride and enjoyment, comfort and inspiration, and without reservation we send each of them our very best wishes for the future.
Thanks guys. Good luck!