Released April 2012
'The Mutiny' is a truly unique listening experience. Lose yourself in Sunday Driver's entrancing melodies and exceptional musicianship. Combining a love of everything from Tool & Ravi Shankar to The Sound of Music - world music, Asian tradition, Steampunk, and western rock and pop - the band has developed a sound that is completely their own.
* Funded by Escalator, the UK Arts Council and Sunday Driver's own label Bakul Bagan Records
* Sold over 600 CD units and 750 digital first 6 months of release
* Independent release through Bakul Bagan Records & Artists Without a Label (AWAL).
' (Sunday Driver) are working out their own brand of fusion the guitar, tabla, harp, clarinet and sitar all jostle for attention against a backdrop of ornate, Sgt Pepperish Victoriana. The songs manage to be both literate and tuneful...A band to watch, without question'
The Sunday Times Culture
'mixes Blake and Blue Peter' ★ ★ ★ ★
The Financial Times
'Sunday Driver are a welcome breath of fresh air in a music scene that has been a little adrift in places over the last few years. Drift no longer, you've found your shaker makers.'
The New Lo Fi
'The Mutiny is as beautiful and dangerous as a Bengal tiger caught by the tail....an album that can work on so many levels because there are so many aspects to it'