Sun June/ Haiva Ru / Jamey Geston

Sun June stops in Santa Barbara in support of their debut LP 'Years'


Tuesday, June 26

8:00pm - 12:00am

SOhO Restaurant & Music Club

1221 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
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Sun June/ Haiva Ru / Jamey Geston
SOhO Restaurant & Music Club
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"Warm melodies and temperate reverb ... somewhere in between a summer day and aching nostalgia." - The Wild Honey Pie

"Dreamily bittersweet 'regret pop'" - Gorilla Vs. Bear

Sun June | Haiva Ru | Jamey Geston

SOhO Music Club

June 26, 2018

Doors: 8:00 PM | $7 | All Ages

Sun June makes regret pop in Austin, Texas.

Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury formed the band 
while working long hours in director Terrence Malick’s editing rooms, 
practicing in the office whenever Malick was out of town.
They worked with Dan Duszynski (Cross Record, Loma) 
and fellow Malick alum Will Patterson (Sleep Good) on their first set of demos 
before solidifying the current line up of 
Michael Bain on guitar, Sarah Schultz on drums, and Justin Harris on bass.
In 2017 they began working on Years with 
Evan Kasper at Estuary Recording Facility, recording live to tape. 
Tony Presley of the Austin label Keeled Scales was living above the studio at the time, 
and first heard Sun June through the floorboards. He contacted the band soon after.
Years is a we’ve-been-broken-up-a-long-time record. 
It explores how loss—of friends, family members, and partners—evolves over time. 
But its ten songs aren’t weighed down or overly serious. 
Layered vocals and warm guitar lines float over simple structures, 

and no sound is overly polished or processed. 

  • SOhO Restaurant & Music Club

    1221 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

8:00pm - 12:00am PDT

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