Sundays on Clarendon Road is an electro-pop duo of Jonáš Zbořil and Jan Tůma which has been active on the borders of the Czech alternative music scene since 2008. They play outsider pop influenced by Radiohead, unfortunately, to their listernes they mostly sound like Coldplay. Their recent full-length release is called Solid State and it is influenced by growing up, having children and being terrified by the possibility of an apocalypse. Sundays on Clarendon Road is part of a community label called Bad Names, which focuses on bands with bad names but good music. The band released Walking into Limbo (2012), Unward (2015), Pale Blue Dot (2016), PBD RMX (2017) and Solid State (2019).
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