Sunday Morning Live is a topical debate show presented by Naga Muchetty. She will explore the big ethical talking points of the week with invited guests.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
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“Sunday Morning” is a song recorded by American rock band No Doubt. It was released as the sixth single from their third studio album Tragic Kingdom (1995). The single was made available as a CD single, cassette single, and VHS single on May 27, 1997 through Interscope. Lyrically, the song is about Gwen Stefani's relationship with Tony Kanal, and their breakup that followed. The track was written by band members Kanal, Gwen Stefani, and Eric Stefani, while production was handled by Matthew Wilder. The single was well received by many music critics, with one of them calling it a “standout track”. It also performed well commercially, peaking in the top 50 in several countries, including the UK, Canada, and Australia; the song was certified gold in the latter country for sales of over 35,000 copies. Musically, “Sunday Morning” is a ska punk and reggae rock song. A music video for the single was released in 1996 and directed by Sophie Muller; it features the band members preparing a large feast before getting into a food fight.
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An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Sophie Muller and premiered in 1996; Muller was initially asked to produce a video for Tragic Kingdom's lead single “Just a Girl”, but nothing came of it. “Sunday Morning” marked Muller's second collaboration with the band, following “Don't Speak”. In a 2012 interview with OC Weekly, Muller spoke of the result of the single's music video:
“Of all my videos, I suppose 'Sunday Morning' is the most like them. It's the most honest–where they are all hang out together, that feels very real to me. They all get on and they're very good friends and have very different lives. When I met them some of them were still living with their parents! (Well, some of them.) They hang on to each other in the sense of that when they got huge across the world, there was already a sense of family between them.”
The video was filmed at Gwen Stefani's grandparents' house in Anaheim, California, in a one-day shoot. Band member Dumont stated that the video “was really normal for us before this weird success”, listing their routine of rehearsing in a garage and later having a big dinner and how that was average for them.
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