Sunday Night Syndrome is an Indie-Electropop duo from Valence, France with a melancholic and dramatic style. Comprised of songwriter/producer Jonathan Maurin and vocalist Naomie Loïs, SNS creates music that feels like a moving camera looking in on the lives of other people. Their songs have an emotional experience to them, as well as a sense of cautious hopefulness, that makes listeners respond. Those seeking compelling current sounds that still feel fully human will find Sunday Night Syndrome an immediate favorite.
Influences include Royksöpp, Phantogram, Broods, San Holo, London Grammar...
Originally a trio founded in 2015 by Jonathan Maurin, SNS released a self-titled EP the same year, it was written with composer Clément Dumas and singer Elyne Schielke. Music from the EP has been used by Lipton Tea, Monster Energy, and several indie films, TV shows and web series. The group was put on indefinite hiatus at the beginning of 2016. Jonathan decided to revive the project when he met Naomie in June 2018. Clément Dumas is still close to the project and makes music videos for the Duo.