English alternative rock band The Sundays was formed in London, England in 1988. The band founders are David Gavurin and Harriet Wheeler who met each other in the University of Bristol. Wheeler played gigs with the band “Cruel Shoes” at that time, but the duo decided to form a band and soon they were joined by drummer Patrick Hannan and by bassists Paul Brindley. Before going on long hiatus in 1997 the band released three successful albums and they were compared with Cocteau Twins and with The Smiths. They rose to fame in 1990 when they released their debut album Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. You can download Sundays’ breakthrough album in mp3 from our site. Other their albums are Blind (1992) and Static and Silence (1997). Now Wheeler and Gavurin are focused on their two children, Hannan went to play with other bands and Brindley is a managing director of Music Ally, the digital music consultancy.