Via Nocturna Review: Mark Duda “Month of Sundays”

16 May

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“New York-based songwriter and singer Mark Duda , a member of collectives like The Handful and Mad City Rockers , presents Month Of Sundays , the new work under his own name. In six short, direct rock songs , based on rock and punk foundations of the ’70s, Mark Duda shows his talents as a composer of great songs and authentic rock’ n ‘roll anthems . A journey that begins in punk and rockabilly ( Month Of Sundays ), follows the southern influences of Murder Of Delancey (with the courtesy of Bobby Rondinelli on drums), Surprises with the inclusion of the sax in Standoff Love , vibrates with the delicacy of an electroacoustic ballad ( Worse For Wear ) and closes with two songs of hard / punk rock well pulled. Month Of Sundays is a short but excellent job. You only get a little bitter of mouth for its short duration. We look forward to more!”

Tracklist:

  1. Month Of Sundays
  2. Murder Of Delancey
  3. Standoff Love
  4. Worse For Wear
  5. Connection
  6. Subway Song

-www.vianocturna2000.blogspot.pt

Month Of Sundays was released on April 14, 2017 through True Rock.

To order Month of Sundays on iTunes please visit: http://smarturl.it/markduda

To order Month of Sundays on Bandcamp please visit: https://markduda.bandcamp.com/

To Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5XLAxaFFVOLJCow52TN5nd

To Order on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Month-Sundays-EP-Mark-Duda

For more information about Month of Sundays or upcoming tour dates, please visit Mark’s website and social media pages via www.markdudamusic.com

For Booking inquiries please email booking@markdudamusic.com

 

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