Sunday Girl is a new up and coming artist who has been gaining some good attention lately. Glasswerk caught up with her just before her support show for Ellie Goulding.
Glasswerk: How're you?
Sunday Girl: I'm good thanks.
G: Is Ellie Goulding the biggest act you've supported in your career so far?
S: I haven't really done a tour before but it's been really fun.
G: Is this a totally new experience for you?
S: Yes definately because I've never been on tour before. It's all new and the idea of being away from home with your band is really fun.
G: What kind of shows have you done before?
S: Just festivals so far. Last year we did Bestival and Wireless.
G: How have they been?
S: Really good but you can't go have a drink and go mad because you have to sing.
G: How has the reception at the festivals been?
S: They've been nice. It's completely different at festivals because Ellie's crowd is quite young and they're really keen to like which is quite good.
G: Is this the only show you're doing with Ellie or have you got any more?
S: I'm doing some around Christmas which are a few little things in London.
G: Where did you get the name Sunday Girl from?
S: The name came from working in a pet shop for five years and no one knew my name and I was nicknamed Sunday Girl.
G: Have you got any releases coming out?
S: We have released a few tracks like Four Floors and Self Control but the proper single is out in January which is Stop Hey.
G: When is the album out?
S: It is out in March.
G: How did you make it to where you are now?
S: I got into loads of different bands and I sang in a club in London one night. One guy came up and asked if he could manage me. I started song writing and I wrote Stop Hey. An A & R at my label Geffen had been keeping an eye on me for a year. I wrote that song and he said “”Let's find a deal.””
G: Have you had a nice boost of fame in the last few months?
S: Not really. I don't really get recognised which I'm quite enjoying. It's quite nice on tour because I get to meet my new fans hopefully.
G: Are you worried if you do get big?
S: It's a weird thing. I suppose it's not if you look at people like Ellie but I think everyone takes it differently.
G: How has Ellie been?
S: She's been really nice. She's busy all the time but very friendly.
G: Have you been busy on tour?
S: I've had a lot of interviews and I might be DJ'ing in Berlin.
G: Do you do a lot around Europe?
S: No. I went to Copenhagen a while to do a DJ set but nothing abroad yet.
G: Any plans for the start of the New Year?
S: The new single and albums out so I've been doing alot of promo work but that's about it really.