A 2 track ambient single (11m 12s) — released December 13th 2019 on Gondwana Records




released 24/01/2020

Sunda Arc release 'Daemon' the third single from their forthcoming debut album 'Tides'.

'Daemon' is one of the tracks that really resonates live. Drawing on the sound of UK dubstep it's intense but fun and the bass clarinet blends with synths at the end to create a sound almost like a vocal.

Sunda Arc are brothers Nick Smart and Jordan Smart. Best known as key members of folk and jazz influenced minimalists Mammal Hands, their Sunda Arc project takes inspiration from the likes of Jon Hopkins, Rival Consoles, Moderat and Nils Frahm as well as their own music world. Their debut EP 'Flicker' was released in December 2018 and now the duo are set to release their debut LP, 'Tides' on 7th February 2020.


7th February 2020 – Norwich Arts Centre

8th February 2020 – London, Peckham Audio

RECENT TOUR DATES (Supporting Elder Island)


11th – Oxford, O2

12th – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

13th – Leeds, The Wardrobe

14th – Newcastle, Cluny

15th – Manchester, Gorilla

16th – Liverpool, Invisable Wind Factory

17th – Glasgow, St Lukes

20th – London, Round House

22nd – Dublin, Whelans

23rd – Bristol, Marble Factory

For further information: e// kerstan@gondwanarecords.com p// 0044 777 5655573

www.gondwanarecords.com - http://sundaarc.com

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