Via Nocturna Review: Mark Duda “Month of Sundays”

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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!”


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

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

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