Terribly Tangled

by SONA

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Saskia Fransz
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Saskia Fransz Grabbed this little EP on a whim and I am so, so glad I did. It's smart, moving and jazzy, and Molly's voice is a thing of absolute beauty. Can't wait to hear what SONA does next, tbh. Favorite track: Come Up For Air.
Barbara Mehlsack
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Barbara Mehlsack It's powerful feelings and beautiful sounds an filled with love. Such a proud mama bear Favorite track: Beautiful Blue Eyes.
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SONA is a duo between Molly Mehlsack and Luke DeRoy, founded in 2015 in Boston, MA.

"Terribly Tangled" is SONA's debut studio release.

Thank you to everyone that was involved in this project - our friends, family, fans, and fellow musicians. You helped us realize our dream and none of this would have been possible without your love and support. We really hope you enjoy our EP!

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released August 1, 2016

Produced by Blake Sayer and Moritz Braun
Engineered by Moritz Braun
Assistant Engineered by Kelly Sayer & Nick Doering
Mixed by Oliver Tribe
Mastered by Alex Psaroudakis at Sterling Sound
Album Art by Renee Coppola
Music and Lyrics by Molly Mehlsack & Luke DeRoy

Recorded at The Record Company in Boston, MA

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Vocals: Molly Mehlsack & Luke DeRoy
Rhythm/Lead Guitar: Luke DeRoy
Bass: David Corboy
Piano: Esin Ozlem Aydingoz
Drums/Percussion: Andrew Peck

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facebook.com/sonaentertainment
soundcloud.com/sonamusicgroup
sonamusicgroup@gmail.com


We'd like to dedicate "Terribly Tangled" to the loving memory of Howard David Hillman
6/1/1934-3/27/2016

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SONA Boston, Massachusetts

In a Buddhist story, "Not Too Tight, Not Too Loose," Sona is the name of a lute player who achieves awakening through finding balance in his practice. Sona realizes that if his strings are too tight or too loose, he cannot produce the music he desires. His strings serve as the metaphor for what goes on inside each and every one of us as we strive to find balance and peace in our tangled lives. ... more

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