Sunny Lax shares “Mother” off forthcoming Anjunabeats EP

A bright and positive presence on our Anjunafamily for over a decade, Hungary’s Sunny Lax has shown a flair for effortlessly catchy melodies and uplifting chord progressions that have seen his music take flight on some of the biggest stages worldwide.

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Looking to broaden his sound further, this May sees the release of his first extended body of work, the ‘End Of Our Time EP’, 5 tracks celebrating the sound of Sunny Lax.

Honed on the road during his recent run on Jason Ross’ ‘1000 Faces’ tour’, ‘Mother’ is the first, typically euphoric, single to emerge from the EP.

“The relationship between mother and child is one of the deepest and most beautiful connections humans can have. This true, unconditional love is so powerful, it defines our whole life. As the mother gives birth and raises a child is similar to our mother nature, as it gave life to all of the species on this planet. And this connection or love should be mutual, but we tend to forget about it. We forget that we’re all children of the same mother here, we forget that we’re all brothers and sisters. And this brings disharmony into our lives. But we can always change, we just need to realise and understand the importance of these powerful connections before it’s not too late. This thought inspired my track ‘Mother’. Appreciate, love and take care of your mother and your family!“ – Sunny Lax

Sunny follows in the footsteps of Andrew Bayer, ilan Bluestone and Jason Ross, who have all contributed crafted concept EPs to the Anjunabeats catalogue.

Featuring a collaboration with EL Waves, the five-track ‘End Of Our Time EP’ releases on May 7. Fans can pre-order/pre-save the EP digitally on their chosen platform now.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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