[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

'From a first verse that sounds like a Dickensian Kate Bush'
★★★★ The Financial Times

"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" - Fatea

'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

"'Satyam Shivam Sundaram,' is beautifully atmospheric creating images of a pink-hued sun shrouded in an early morning mist, rising slowly into the sky as below it the ground begins to steam under its hazy glow.' - 8/10 Loudhorizon

'Nothing can stop this band.' Zouch Magazine

" An album that's full of contagious melodies. A band that have much visual appeal live and are able, for me, to recreate this in The Mutiny." - R*E*P*E*A*T

"Playful, beguiling and wildly inventive" - Ben Eshmade (Arctic Circle)


.'.climaxed, at the Royal Northern College of Music on Friday night, by the fusion band Sunday Driver... Led by the impressive Chandy Nath ...The synergy between the band members is contagious... a great way to climax four days of creative energy and non-stop performances.' The Stage Magazine

... one of my very favourites. Top class musicianship, original material, a style that is all their own and a really sexy lead singer with a voice to die for. What is not to like? Encore!!!!!!!" Robert Rankin

"a true musical kaleidoscope - 10/13" Jim Ody - Roomthirteen.com
"utterly gorgeous" - bigchill.net

"An act to watch for the future." Pathaan (BBC Asian Network) for I-DJ Magazine

"The result is a remarkable album that comes across as a street festival distilled into music in a genuinely innovative way." - Fatea