Lovechild of a wayward New York boy and the city of Nashville, Sundaes survives on McFlurrys, Steel Magnolia's and the complete works of Patsy Cline. The project draws influence from a combination of 90s/early oughts’ indie rock, dream pop, and genre assorted hits of all eras. Dancing among the kings of country, a queen does her best.
Sundaes made its performance debut in the spring of 2015 with a set of two sold out shows at the Chelsea Hotel Storefront Gallery in New York. Fall 2015 the song “Walk My Street” appeared in the soundtrack of Best Picture Winner “Spotlight”. Sundaes’ self-titled debut EP was released July 2017.
In 2021 the band just released a live film ‘Country Sundaes’ covering songs by iconic starlets of the honky tonk era. In January 2022 Sundaes' latest EP 'boys who made me cry was released. Since it's release it's been included in Nashville Scene's "Albums you don't want to miss" and 'i wonder' was a Lightning 100 DJs Pick of the Week. On March 10th Sundaes opened for Ezra Furman in a sold out show at Third Man Records' Blue Room.