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NEWS: Sister Envy announce upcoming single, ‘Mourning Sickness’

Alternative Psychedelic rock quartet Sister Envy have just signed to North Wales label Yr Wyddfa Records Snowdonia, home to Holy Coves. Hailing from the North Wales coast, a place of mystery, harshness, and beauty their first single ‘Mourning Sickness‘ will be released on all streaming platforms on 23rd of February.

Easing you into their world with woozy psychedelic-tinged guitars and enveloping vocals that detail the bleary moments after you wake, singer-songwriter Kameron Jolliffe vividly captures the wistful memories of growing up with his infectious vocals burrowing their way into your head.  Possessing a carousel of percussion, a tapestry of beguiling rock sound, that takes influence from the sounds of the 60s and 70s but also the early 90s indie and gaze scene of bands like, My Bloody Valentine, Ride and Spiritualized

Kameron Jolliffe says of the bands debut single; “Mourning Sickness was the first song I ever wrote when I was 16, and it feels like it makes sense for it to be released first, almost like an ode to my past self and what was happening in my life at that time.“

Sister Envy have been busy honing their sound in the studio with Welsh producers  Owain Ginsberg (Hippies Vs Ghosts) & Scott Marsden (Holy Coves) over recent months getting ready for ‘Mourning Sickness’ their debut single release this February. 

Their initial three singles were recorded in Liverpool at the famous Motor Museum Studio with Ben Harper. Mixed in France by Welsh legend Owain Ginsberg and mastered in Austin Texas by American producer Erik Wofford (The Black Angels).  Over the next twelve months, Sister Envy will invite you into their fascinating world over a series of singles releases and shows including a debut performance at Focus Wales in May.  Gradually revealing the different faces of their tapestry of sound and fledgling experience. Watch this space.

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