Welcome Alovesopure to SDR

Posted on April 22nd, 2024

We are pleased to welcome electronic artist, Alovesopure to Sunday Drive Records. alovesopure is from the creative mind of Tobby Davilmar (Collateral, Be All End All), an active participant in South Florida’s consistently vibrant hardcore scene. alovesopure is a very different project from Davilmar’s discography; focused on electronic music, pulling in various sounds ranging from drum ‘n’ bass, dance, hip-hop, and r&b.

The new LP, "You'll Be a Memory" is out May 3, 2024. You can listen to two singles now below, and pre-order on limited 12" vinyl.

Sunday Drive Records at Flatspot World, Austin 2024

Posted on February 29th, 2024

We’re excited to join Flatspot Records in Austin this March.


Flatspot Stage

End It
Life's Question
Day By Day
Statik Skeleton

Sunday Drive Records

Strange Joy

Event Information

Date: March 16, 2024
Venue: The Little Darlin' — 6507 Circle S Rd, Austin, Texas 78745
Doors: 4 PM
Entry: Free


Posted on February 27th, 2024

We are pleased to welcome Los Angeles, CA rock band, HUSHMONEY to Sunday Drive Records. HUSHMONEY is composed of musicians hailing from various bands including The All American Rejects, ExMag, FÓRN, and Such Hounds along with a writer from the HBO show Animals. In 2021, HUSHMONEY emerged on the scene with their debut EP Success Pool, which introduced their hardcore, 90s rock, and alt-country influenced sonics paired with cheeky and lyric-driven storytelling.

Check out the music video for "Bad For You" below and stay tuned for more from HUSHMONEY coming soon.

Welcome Generation to SDR

Posted on February 16th, 2024

Welcome Manchester hardcore band, Generation to Sunday Drive Records. Formed in 2019 in Manchester, England by a group of friends who’ve played together and in separate hardcore bands (Insist, Standpoint, Reflect, etc.), one of the goals of the band was to have an everlasting band to write for, for years to come—and in a different approach, stylistically. Generation was introduced through their 2019 LP, “Call It A Life” on IOU Records, which showcased their talent of excellent writing of rev-summer era hardcore. A couple of EPs later, you can begin to hear more progression—still very much inspired by DC Hardcore, but with more melody and leaning into more structured alternative-rock songs—think Hüsker Du or The Replacements mixed with One Last Wish and Dag Nasty. On their first EP since 2021, “Satellites & Suns” greatly showcases the skill and progression that Generation has crafted over the years—three songs, full of catchy hooks and melodies to sing along to or stage dive to.

Watch the music video for, "Disheartened" below and order the 7" vinyl, which is available and shipping now.