Single by Sunday debut music video for “I Want You (You Want Me)”
May 1, 2019
The U.K’s brightest pop punk quartet, Single By Sunday, have returned with another high-energy offering in the form of their latest single, “I Want You (You Want Me)”. It comes as no surprise that “I Want You (You Want Me)” is built around raucous guitars and undeniably catchy melodies as that has become the signature sound of the band as they continue to churn up parties on stages from their native Scotland to their new hometown of Los Angeles. The earworm of a hook “I want you, you want me, so just admit it” is guaranteed to be heard across venues and campuses this spring and summer once their ever-growing fanbase gets a hold of this latest single.
The video for “I Want You (You Want Me)” plays perfectly into the vibrancy of the song itself as it moves between the guys exploring a theme park and rocking the stage to a packed house. It does a brilliant job of capturing the core goals of the band - having fun and playing badass pop punk that gets a crowd moving. You can watch the official video now on the band’s YouTube and it is available to stream on most of your favorite streaming sites.
The band has this to say about “I Want You (You Want Me)”: "'I Want You (You Want Me)' is a slice of Single By Sunday fun, whilst urging someone to admit their feelings. We decided against a scripted story lined video in favour of a more lighthearted visual in order to get across the bands' fun side."
Since winning “Best Emerging International Artist” at Toronto Music Week in 2017, Single By Sunday have been crowned a torchbearer of the next generation of pop punk in both the United Kingdom and North America. Last year, they were part of the acclaimed “Boys of Summer 2018” national tour and performed at the final Vans Warped Tour. They’ve since released their debut EP, Punk-U, and played to over 50,000 people at “First Night Boston” which garnered them coverage on the city’s NBC10. Since moving to Los Angeles, the band’s fanbase seems to be growing to new heights as the anticipation for new music is a constant theme amongst their now 60k followers on Twitter and 32k on Instagram. Anyone that witnessed their headlining of the Autism Rocks event earlier this month at Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles will tell you that they are undoubtedly a band to keep an eye on as they continue to release new music and tour throughout the world.