The Sundays released their first single " Can't Be Sure " in January 1989. It topped the British indie charts and received acclaim as one of the best singles of 1989. The group performed three songs in a session with popular disc jockey John Peel. These songs would later turn up on their debut album, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.Are the Sundays writing together again?
^ "The Sundays are writing together again – reveals an inflight magazine". Music. The Guardian. 23 April 2014. Retrieved 23 April 2014. ^ "BBC Radio 6 Music – David Baddiel".How successful was the Sundays on Sunday tour?
The tour was considered successful, although it was not without some mishaps; a London show had to be rescheduled due to Wheeler losing her voice and the group experienced some amusement when a Dallas, Texas, show was advertised with the slogan "See The Sundays on Sunday with ice-cream sundaes".Are the Sundays the most paranoid people about putting stuff out?
They're the most paranoid people about actually putting stuff out there." Fans who have seen the Sundays live will remember hearing one or two tracks that were never released. "Something More" and "Turkish" featured in many of their sets, but the only copies are live bootlegs.