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Punch The Sun in the News

 
 

“Character” featured as song of the day on WatchMeExplode

The sound of her vocals are so comforting, it almost feels more like a heartfelt conversation with a good friend [...] It’s a well-crafted, catchy, and creative alt-pop song that will be in my rotation for a long time.

“Character” featured on Come Here Floyd

‘Character’ comes with multiple genres, packaged in that distinctive wrapping of beguilement, sultry darkness, and jazzy/operatic thought retribution we love.

“Character” featured on Tongue Tied Magazine

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“Character” featured on York Calling

Whilst the band’s music can certainly be contained within the alt-rock genre, it also features elements of grunge, jazz, and the blues – making for one colossal sound!

“Character” featured on The Girls at the Rock Show

Punch The Sun and I have a whole lot in common when it comes to making friends. Their newest single Character says “Aww see I wanna be friends but I dont want to make them” I can relate.

“Smile” featured on American Parlor Songbook (KVCR, NPR)


Punch The Sun’s Shannon Söderlund Interviewed on Consider the Music

The more we play and the more I write, the more cohesive this music has become – and it really does tie into the stuff we grew up listening to in the 90’s and early 2000’s.

“Steady Volume” Premiered on Get Some Magazine

As a whole, the song powers it’s listeners with a sort of angst that’s only found by expressive arrangements and powerful rock chords. Fans of early Foo Fighters and Tori Amos will gravitate instantly to Punch The Sun’s discography.

“Mistakes” video premiered on Music Injection

Punch the Sun have released a absolute gem of a song [...] ‘Mistakes’ is super contagious.

Punch The Sun’s Shannon Söderlund interviewed on Song Fancy

I write everything for the band, but as we’ve continued to play together the arranging has become much more collaborative [...] The longer we play together, the easier it is for us to find sounds that work