The Sundays were an English alternative rock group that was formed in the mid 1980’s by Harriet Wheeler (vocals) and David Gavurin (guitar) while they were at university. They became a duo who soon added Paul Brindley (bass) and Patrick Hannan (drums) to the roster.
The band was eventually signed to a contract with Rough Trade Records and released their debut album “Reading, Writing and Arithmetic” in 1990, which featured their first single “Here’s Where the Story Ends”. Due to financial troubles by their record company, The Sundays decided to manage themselves, which delayed their second single “Goodbye” from being released until 1992.
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