Sabri, means patience in Arabic, is the solo project and first name of New York artist Sam Sundos. This project, described by Sundos, is a celebration of the crossing of genre and medium – incorporating both visual and performance art in the vein of the Downtown ‘81 era New York scene. ‘Oh Honey’ highlights the foundation of what the project stands for: an embrace of modern culture and technology while maintaining the craft of evergreen songwriting and artistic expression as its driving force. Sundos collaborated with friend & LA producer Andrew Miller (Kristin Kontrol), creating and completing “Oh Honey” at their respective home studios, sharing files and edits via email. According to Sundos, “It’s a project from a big, brown man accepting his past, acknowledging the present and remaining hopeful for the future.” The video was shot by Sundos’ buddy Ben Ryner on an old wind-up motion film camera.
Sam Sundos on “Oh Honey”
“It’s a project from a big, brown man accepting his past, acknowledging the present and remaining hopeful for the future.”