12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I don’t want to lose the feeling,” frontman Oscar Lulu sings on Sundara Karma’s debut full-length. “I’ve searched so hard to find the meaning.” Few lines could make for a better introduction to this heavy-hearted English foursome. Drawing frequent comparisons to Arcade Fire and Bruce Springsteen (the resemblance is especially clear on the chiming "Olympia" and galloping "Deep Relief"), they deliver us-against-the-world epics, seeking salvation and escape—be it through romance, personal enlightenment, or, ideally, both.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“I don’t want to lose the feeling,” frontman Oscar Lulu sings on Sundara Karma’s debut full-length. “I’ve searched so hard to find the meaning.” Few lines could make for a better introduction to this heavy-hearted English foursome. Drawing frequent comparisons to Arcade Fire and Bruce Springsteen (the resemblance is especially clear on the chiming "Olympia" and galloping "Deep Relief"), they deliver us-against-the-world epics, seeking salvation and escape—be it through romance, personal enlightenment, or, ideally, both.

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