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THE SUN BLINDNESS

Psychedelic/Space Rock • Australia


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THE SUN BLINDNESS is based in Melbourne, Australia, and was formed late in 2004 by Tor Larsen and Duncan Eastey.

Originally a studio project only, the due toiled together
creating material, and their debut album Like Pearly Clouds eventually crystallized in 2007; and made it on to an official CD release in 2008.

At this time Wes Holland (drums) and Giles Simon (keyboards) had joined the founding pair; with a live band was the direct result.

Latest news from the band is that they are working on their sophomore effort, planned for a 2009 release.

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