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This article is about a band. For the villages in Karnataka, India, see Sonna (disambiguation).
Not to be confused with Sunna, the British band.
Origin Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Genres Indie rock
Years active 1998–2003
Labels Temporary Residence
Members Drew Nelson
Chris Mackie
Jim Redd
Jeremy deVine
Past members Paul 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]


Studio albums[edit]


  • Keep It Together (2016, Temporary Residence)


  • 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]