Just when we wondered where the sunshine went, Avery*Sunshine reappears with her new single, “Come Do Nothing.”
A funky jazz joint about how love makes us think, act and be crazy. With enticing vocals, Sunshine summons familiar feelings that many of us have experienced during the ebb and flow of relationships. Sunshine is done with her boo—but not really. She’s still willing to cook him some gumbo and enjoy his company. She admits that she misses his presence as she sings, “I can’t sleep at night from wishing you here with me … Come on over here with me / Come do nothing here with me.”
“This is a song that shows the duality that most of us experience in relationships…’I can’t live with you but I can’t live without you.’ What better way to tell your ex or significant other how much you miss them than by telling them to ‘come on over … we can do absolutely nothing and I’ll be satisfied,” explains the Philly born singer/songwriter.
Sunshine has garnered ongoing praise since her eponymous debut album in 2010. Industry legends such as Aretha Franklin, Patti Labelle, and Babyface have sought her mesmerizing talent. Avery*Sunshine will release her anticipated second album for Shanachie Entertainment in February 2017.
Come and listen to “Come Do Nothing” below now.
–Words by Raquelle Harris
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