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Sunday Morning Comes

Sunday Morning is a collaborative Vancouver musical project written by Bruce Wilson (Vocals) and Stephen Hamm (Keyboards). A melding of dark pop that bridges the duality of the human soul. Sunday Morning is an introspective narrative that fuses Southern musical influences with New York and 1970’s Berlin.


Vocals: Bruce Wilson
Keyboards: Stephen Hamm
Bass: Coco Culbertson
Guitar: Kevin Rose
Drums: Justin Leigh

Vocals: Leah Commons
Vocals: Carmen Bruno


Still Photography: R.d. Cane

Videos: R.d. Cane ("Come the Rain", "Sick in the City", "1986")

Cover Art: Joseph Staples (Come the Rain, 1986)

               Bruce Wilson/Leah Commons ("Sick in the City")












When Sunday Morning Comes



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News & Updates



Our debut album made the list of 50 albums that shaped Vancouver! Check this out here!


Read Mike Usinger's feature on Sunday Morning in the Georgia Straight. You can find it HERE

Impose Magazine premieres our newest video for "Can't Find You" directed by our friend and brilliant artistic collaborator R.d. Cane. Check it out here!

Our debut album is now streaming on the amazing Label Obscura Site. Check it out and give it a listen! Click Right Here

Beatrice Smartt tracks the Sunday Morning Journey in her blog. Read the history Here

Dave Cantrell at Stereo Embers gives Sunday Morning a very generous review, "Sunday Morning the album by Sunday Morning the band is that rarest of offerings in our benighted age, a literate rock’n’roll record that, even in its necessarily quietly lucid moments, just literally out’n’out rocks." Read the full review Here

Jersey Beat reviews the Sunday Morning album, "...this album blends grit and heartbreak together into a tough, yet still touching mix that in turns makes it so powerful and difficult to shake long after you hear it." Read the review Here

Power of Pop throws Sick In The City into their listening booth. Click Here

JP's Music Blog reviews our upcoming album. Read it Here!

Stuart Derdeyn delves into the Sunday Morning world in his article for The Province. Check it out Here

Ride The Tempo finds "1986" surprising! Check it out here

R. d. Cane's video for "1986" has been released. Watch it here