Collaborative benefit project Sunday, Someday teams up with Harrisburg's Little Amps Coffee - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Sunday, Someday is a community-centered compilation album from Get Better Records featuring a handful of artists from the DIY community — notably Koji, Nervus, and Potty Mouth.

The project releases on March 26th, proceeds from the project will go towards LGBTQI+ youth initiatives; locally, a limited-edition bundle in collaboration with Harrisburg’s Little Amps Coffee Roasters will benefit the LGBT Center of Central PA’s after-school program by funding acoustic treatment for youth with sensory needs.

Two of the pre-release songs come from Harrisburg singer-songwriter Koji, who spoke about the project via a press release:

“Our weekly Zoom call has been a space for collectively imagining the world we want to live in. These are lessons that I’ve learned growing up in Harrisburg and come to better understand through community in pandemic. Projects like our record and this coffee collaboration will hopefully show that you can use your time, talent, and resources to grow more access to spaces for care and creativity.”

Sunday, Someday is out March 26 and is available for physical and digital pre-order now. The limited-edition bundle with Little Amps Coffee is available here; listen to Koji’s “To Carry (On And On)” below.

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