Sonna

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Sonna
OriginBaltimore, Maryland, United States
GenresIndie rock
Post-rock
Years active1998–2003
LabelsTemporary Residence
Websitetemporaryresidence.com/sonna
MembersDrew Nelson
Chris Mackie
Jim Redd
Jeremy deVine
Past membersPaul Petersan

Sonna was an American post-rock band from Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The band formed in 1998, and released two full-length albums on label Temporary Residence, of which guitarist deVine is the owner.

In 2016, Temporary Residence issued a compilation album consisting of the band's non-album output.[1]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Compilations[edit]

  • Keep It Together (2016, Temporary Residence)

EPs[edit]

  • These Windows are Pistons (1999, Temporary Residence)
  • Travels in Constants, Vol. 6: The Eventual Bow (2000, Temporary Residence)

Singles, split EPs, and collaborations[edit]

  • Way to Breathe No Breath (split single with Paul Newman) (1999, Temporary Residence)
  • Kept Luminesce / Mirameko Single (2000, Static Caravan / 2001, Temporary Residence)
  • Make Shift Carousel (collaboration w/ Sybarite & Lilienthal) (2002 Zeal / 2002, Temporary Residence)

Band members[edit]

  • Drew Nelson – Bass
  • Chris Mackie – Guitar
  • Jim Redd – Drums
  • Jeremy deVine – Guitar

See also[edit]

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