Grlsplain Explains Sunny War

Posted on Oct 1, 2019
Grlsplain Explains Sunny War

Grlsplain calls Sunny War “a soft siren for the restless” whose new LP Shell Of A Girl “solidifies her disregard for the confines of genre and delivers warm, whispery beats with intention.” According to the site, the album builds upon of all the work War has done over her career, starting with her self-released early work and including her collaborations with Particle Kid. “It’s not until Shell of a Girl… where we truly experience what feels like a masterful culmination of all the angst reinforced in her work prior. The album is a mix of smooth, beachy undertones accompanied by ever-present sensitivity and sorrow.” Read the review here.

Sunny War is accompanying Mandolin Orange on a tour next month:

11/13 – Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
11/14 – Lincoln Theater – Washington, DC
11/15 – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
11/16 – Columbus Theater – Providence, RI
11/17 – Asbury Hall – Buffalo, NY
11/19 – L’Astral – Montréal, QC
11/20 – Opera House – Toronto, ON
11/21 – Academy Of Music – Northampton, MA
11/22 – State Theater – Portland, MA
11/23 – Schubert Theater – Boston, MA

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