Nowadays, we all face lots of pressures from schools, works, or sometimes even family. Because of those pressures, we live with anxiety and nervousness and cannot live in comfort spiritually. However, Sun of Morning believes that their mission of creating music is to wash the dust of our souls, and to let us feel the positive vibes of lives.
Sun of Morning really cares about the timbre, tone color and chord progressions of their music. It has to be concise and positive, and that is why it makes them a very special and unique music band. They could not bear that their music is about complaints or only a way to release negative emotions. They want to chase their dreams and discover the positive sides of the world and turn it into music. That is what makes them romanticism.
Sun of Morning is a very multi-faceted band and they do not only focus on one genre of music. However, due to the fact that they do not have a vocalist and their songs are all instrumental, many people misunderstand that they are a post rock band. Actually, they are seeking for more challenges and adventures while creating music, and they are also dedicated to try many different new rearrangements of music. They love their hometown and dialect, and hope that their music can bring more imaginations into our lives.
At the very beginning, the original thought of Sun of Morning was trying to make music that was unlike the mainstream pop music. They tried many different styles of rearrangements and reproductions；for example, abandoning the vocal parts, or mixing Metal drum beats with Japan Post Rock guitar.
In 2009, they released their first EP "Sun of Morning", and later in 2011, Yeah (Erhu) and Wei (DJ), joined this group and started to mix both eastern and western musical elements into their compositions. During this time, they released their first album "Because You're Our Pride" and it was created in the context of the social problems that was caused by the flood happened in Taiwan in 2009.
In 2012, after Yeah and Wei left the band, Sun of Morning was back to a group of three, but they still insisted on making their own music and tried some new things, such as using sampling and orchestration as background music. They also believed that for every single album they made, from recording to designing, they should do it all by themselves in order to provide an authentic experience to their audience.
They released their album "60km/h" in February 2013, and this album became the finalists of popular charts of online music channels, Street Voice and Indievox for two weeks.
In May 2014, they were invited for touring in seven cities in the United States for around twenty days. During the second half of 2014, they were again invited to perform in Hong Kong, Hangzhou and Guangzhou. They began their first tour in the southern part of China at the end of 2015, and were invited to perform at the Music Matters in Singapore. In October 2015, they were also invited to perform at Xihu Music Festival.
At the end of 2016, they released their new EP "The Lost Whisper From the Kids" and started their second touring in China and were invited by the Shenzhen Midi Music Festival.