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Another Sunny Day were a London-based indie pop band on Sarah Records, best known for the somewhat Smiths-esque single "You Should All Be Murdered" and for the single whose title perhaps best epitomises the Sarah Records output "I'm in Love with a Girl Who Doesn't Know I Exist".
The band was formed as a vehicle for Harvey Williams in Newlyn, Cornwall in 1987. Williams had been a student at Plymouth Polytechnic but dropped out of his course to pursue a career in music. Williams signed a deal with Sarah records and the first ASD release was the "Anorak City" flexi-disc in April 1988, which came with the Are You Scared To Get Happy? fanzine. The band's debut single proper was "I'm in Love with a Girl Who Doesn't Know I Exist", released two months later. The next release would be in May 1989 – the "What's Happened?" single, followed later that year by "You Should all be Murdered" and a limited 7-inch single on Bob Stanley