UK-based indie dream pop duo Sonny Elliot share their lead single and title track, “Under Covers.” The 405 premiered the track. Under Covers  EP is due out May 25th, 2018.

LISTEN Sonny Elliot – “Under Covers”
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Under Covers is a self produced EP inspired by 50’s songwriters and 80’s movies. The first single and title track “Under Covers” is a special 3 minute song that highlights the emotions of escaping the outside world with someone special. The record was recorded over 6 nights. Vocals by Chris Peden, instrumental credits go to the brothers, Chris (guitar, synths, programming) and Joe Peden (guitar, bass, vox). Saxophone by Nate Madsen and Double Bass by Brandon Meeks.

Sonny Elliot is a Southampton, UK based duo made up of brothers Chris and Joe Peden, formerly of Wild Smiles. After releasing the debut Wild Smiles album on Sunday Best, the band toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe, supporting acts like Benjamin Booker and Guards. They were due to record their second album when Chris was involved in a tragic plane incident. Suffering injuries from the accident, the band were forced to cancel their upcoming recording and all shows. Sadly the incident caused the band to eventually part ways. After taking some time off the brothers got back together and started work on the self-produced EP at the beginning of 2018.

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