Slow Grungy Roots Jam with a dash of Trip Hop
Well, my review title already starts to describe this song-- an awesome, slow roots piece with strong lead vocals by front woman Amber Corby, and a cool, dark, and funky island vibe. Midnight Clover comes from Las Vegas, NV, and Corby "layers her seductive and dynamic vocals over a rich soundscape with elements of grunge and new wave sprinkled liberally with a funky pop sensibility. Roman on bass and Jimmie Bohn create a complex and enjoyable rhythmic backbone for guitarists Johnie Stomp and Amber to drape the atmospheric melody over." This describes "Love Me On Sunday" well enough, a sexy, love-drunk track telling a lover not to call her on Monday but that "you can love me on Sunday." The lyrics flow over the beat like honey slowly oozing out of a jar; sticky-sweet and sensual.