Screams From The Sun return with emo Alt-Rock gem ‘Come Undone’

Isn’t it very special when you discover a unique band? Capable to output a fresh, yet nostalgic, flow of three-dimensional music? That was our sensation listening to emo-synth-pop outfit Scream From The Sun’s latest effort, ‘Come Undone’. Following up from their previous single ‘Keep On Running’, the pair returns with a poignant, emotionally-drenched song, boasting a strong synth-wave aesthetic, while preserving its catchy-pop attitude. 

Their story is as unique as they come. Back in 2017, Mimi’ noticed Francis busking outside Bond Street, in Central London, and decided to approach him. The pair started immediately writing and recording, while keeping up a very successful basking activity and regular gigs. The duo caused quite a stir between their listeners, especially thanks to their super energetic performances, which earned them a feature on Rolling Stone France. Notably, Jared Leto also joined them while busking outside BBC Radio 1, in September 2018.  Since then, Screams From The Sun have been on a rising path, releasing cutting-edge singles and amassing over 30k streams on Spotify alone. 

‘Come Undone’, written and produced by the pair themselves, showcases once again their Alt Emo Rock potential, a sound we are confident will not disappoint their numerous fans worldwide. Drawing inspiration from acts such as The Night Game, The Band Camino and Joan, Screams From The Sun are the next big thing. And if we do say so ourselves…

Discover ‘Come Undone’ on Spotify: