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A LIFE RE-IMAGINED IN MUSIC
Chris Sunfield is relatively new to the music scene after quietly writing songs in obscurity for many years. His sound is eclectic. While his singles tend to explore classic pop idioms, his future EP’s will show more baroque and symphonic stylings. Chris writes and arranges all songs and plays all guitars and keyboards. Lyrically, his releases will begin to explore more existential issues with themes of personal re-awakening and authenticity. This reflects Chris spending much of his life doing other things before finally making good on his music later in life.
Available Now "PREDATOR"
Chris Sunfield's second single "Predator" is an abrupt about-face following his sunshine pop debut "The Little Things". Predator is a provocative poison pen letter to romantic predators, exposing their psychopathic and Machiavellian ways. The lyrics, with their reptilian metaphors, serve to validate anyone who's been harmed by toxic narcissists, and to warn others about their predatorial charms. Musically, the song is a multi-layered wall of retro sounds with progressive house stylings and a vintage, analog, R&B vibe. Sunfield sings, and plays all guitars, bass, and keyboards. Producer Michael Hanson (Glass Tiger) plays drums while fellow Radar Love Records artist Vicky Rai handles backing vocals. The crowning moment is an acid-tinged rap by Dynamic (a.k.a. Ya Favourite Lightskin) that dials up the tension before ushering in a climax of musical dialogue among the various predator and prey players.
Debut Single "THE LITTLE THINGS"
"The Little Things" is the debut single by Chris Sunfield on Radar Love Records. The song, written by Sunfield, is a modern, sunshine pop song on steroids, with a wall-of-sound arrangement that's reminiscent of the pop mini-symphonies of a bygone era. Sunfield handles lead vocals, guitars, and keyboards, with support by fellow Radar Love Records artist Vicky Rai on backing vocals. Michael Hanson (Glass Tiger), who produced the song, plays bass and drums. The song is unabashedly campy, retro, and infectious, with space-themed lyrics that urge us to appreciate the simple things in life while continuing to reach for the planets, stars, and moons above. "The Little Things" is the opening shot in Chris Sunfield's music career - a career that will explore more progressive territory in future releases (already in production).