Released via Phwoar & Peace, ‘Little Sun‘ is taken off Sonny Winnebago’s debut EP ‘Lemonade’. Recorded with producer Charlie Francis (R.E.M, The High Llamas, Sweet Baboo), the release also features contributions from Davey Newington (Boy Azooga), Matt Evans (KEYS) and Steve Black (Sweet Baboo).
“I wrote Little Sun as an act of surrender – I had to admit to myself that I’m a headless chicken! It felt really good to lay it all out. All my desperation to do better & be better in life caught up in this dark, introspective moment. I was living in London & working in a coffee shop. I felt quite powerless – having no plans for the future. It all kind of felt like a time bomb. I wanted to get away from it all – to live in a garden, or the sea! I had this big realisation that we’re all winging it, all the time, haha. How can you
prepare for the future when you don’t know what it’s going to look like? Many of our anxieties come from the fact that we project our subconscious into something that doesn’t and will never exist. Writing Little Sun really helped to take the pressure off ‘finding my way’ in life. I allowed myself to express those thoughts and feelings, and felt better because of it.”
‘Little Sun’ is a feel-good track destined to be played on a summer’s day. Bathed in folk-pop elements and singer-songwriter sensibilities, the warm track showcases Sonny’s silk vocals.