Keath Mead would like to invite you to Sunday Dinner. The 25-year-old South Carolina natives debut album is as pleasurable as a drive along the coast, as comforting as a day out with friends, and as sweet as pie after lunch. Steeped in the classic sounds of 60s and 70s pop singer/songwriters, Mead is just as influenced by contemporary artists such as the Shins James Mercer and Jack White. The album was recorded in only eight days over the span of nine months with the help of Chaz Bundick (Toro y Moi, Les Sins). Bundick hosted Mead in his Berkeley, California., home studio for the recording.
1.1 Waiting 1.2 Grow Up 1.3 She Had 1.4 Change 1.5 Settle for Less 1.6 Holiday 1.7 Where I Wanna Be 1.8 Quiet Room 1.9 Navy 1.10 Polite Refusal 1.11 So Close