Feels Like Sunday | The Threat of Being Happy

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Rock: Punk-Pop Pop: Garage Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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The Threat of Being Happy

by Feels Like Sunday

A little indie, a little punk, a little pop, and a whole lot of rock stirred up from garage style guitars and in-your-face female vocals.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Suffer Regret
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2. Falling Star
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3:49 album only
3. Not for the Weak of Heart
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4:37 album only
4. Spilling Discontent
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6:06 album only
5. The Reckoning
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6. Mellow Kin
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7. Taste It
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8. Bogus Journey
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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From broken bones, smoky bars, and chupacabra sightings to shows in the middle of nowhere and broken down vans, Feels Like Sunday has been around.

Conceived in 2000 in Albuquerque, NM, the band experienced a few lineup changes, but kept the rock n roll machine running. Two tours of the west, three self released albums, and 8,000 PBRs later, FLS has established themselves in Albuquerque and regularly packs the house in venues there.

FLS is a little indie, a little punk, and a lot of rock. Each member of the band has different taste in music, which leads to a lot of practice room fisticuffs. The one thing they can agree on is that they like to rock.

Pumping out jams for indie label Socyermom Records, the band is now on the brink of releasing their long awaited fourth album. They will continue playing outside of Albuquerque more and more in order to avoid growing up and thinking about things like health insurance. Stay tuned to the myspace blog for future updates, stories and goings on with the dorks otherwise known as Feels Like Sunday.


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Dustin Kiska

Threat of being happy
I support local bands. cant wait to see the next show! This album is a lot of fun and touches on all emotions. Keep Rock'n!