The Sunday Chill : Khruangbin – White Gloves (Video)

Some new Khruangbin for you all to chill the hell out to!

We’ve been supporting these guys from day one and have loved all their tunes… literally every single one! “White Gloves” is a brand new cut taken from their forthcoming “The Universe Smiles Upon You” album which we can’t wait to get our hands on when it drops later this year. Weirdly “White Gloves” is the first track they’ve done with any vocals on which we hadn’t even thoughts about at all til we read the blurb!?

“This is the first song with lyrics we’ve ever written. We never really thought of ourselves as having a “singer” but we knew that we wanted a voice for Khruangbin. We decided to write about something close to us, tell a story as simply as possible, and sing it together.” – Khruangbin

The Sunday Chill : Jamie Woon – Sharpness

Oooph this latest Jamie Woon cut is soooooo smooth!

It’s his first new piece of original music since the release of his debut album Mirrorwriting back in 2011 and its already getting a load of interest around it… 

The track landed in the hands of Pharrell a few weeks back who, unbeknown to Jamie, played it on his Beats 1 show and then Disclosure played it on a show on BBC Radio 1 too. Not a bad way to launch a record I think you’ll agree… Sharpness is the the first single taken from a soon-to-be-announced album due for release later in the year on new label home, PMR Records.

The Sunday Chill : Grandbrothers – Arctica (Video)

We’ve been in love with the Grandbrothers take on the classical sound since we heard Ezra Was Right last year. Their album Dilation dropped back in March and has been a brilliant extension and exploration of the way they make music so far… we highly recommend you buy it!

Check out the new video for Arctica above made by the people at and grab the album now.

The Sunday Chill : Retiree – Heard You’re Doing Well

The laid back vibes on this one are strong!!!
Heard You’re Doing Well is the second single from Retiree’s THIS PLACE EP that’s due out end of june. It explores interesting progressions and instrumentation that bubble up around a melancholic organ ballad.
The Slo Mo track is capped off by Tori’s (vocalist) dad Paul Holleman contributing layered saxophone lines.

It’s the kind of tune that will either make you cry or smile on a hangover… Grab it on iTunes.

Its also been added to our ever growing The Sunday Chill Playlist… head over for lots more downtempo vibes.