We are SONS a two-piece from Brighton U.K. and have been together since January 2016. After uploading three demos at the start of last year we were on the bill for landmark gigs like This Feeling, The Great Escape Festival, Camden Rocks and Club Fandango within months.
We've been extensively gigging all year and have had two singles out. 'Reptiles' and 'A Love Song?' both out through End of the Trail Records and available on all digital platforms. Our third single 'Zealot will be out on August 25th. Our debut E.P. will be ready for you Autumn 2017. You can view our video for 'Reptiles' below.
Both singles currently being played on national radio,
- Radio 1
- 6 Music
- Radio X
- Kerrang Radio
- BBC Introducing South
- Virgin Radio
- Amazing Radio.
John Kennedy and Radio X picked SONS as their 'X-Posure Big Ones' and also invited us to their studio to do a four track live session which you can view below. 'Reptiles' has also been added to the Radio X Evening playlist three weeks in a row as well as the Virgin radio evening playlist.
'Reptiles' has been added to the 'Rocked' playlist and also the viral top 50 charts on Spotify.
We are with Beehive booking agency - Impressive PR - The Lost Agency (Radio Plugger) and Sentric Music Publishing.
All information including gig reviews and live footage are in the links below.
“Fantastic! What a track! Been such a big track on the show over many many months" - John Kennedy, Radio X.
“Championed by BBC Introducing South.” - Huw Stephens, R1
"Bringing the punk thunder, making more racket than two tennis professionals. This is an absolute banger." - Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio.
"Do you know what man? That is a good record, I love angry music and that is expertly done." - Phil Taggart, Radio 1
“Loved this track when I heard it. That is good isn’t it!” - Melita Dennet - BBC Introducing South, Sussex & Surrey
“Crafted a glorious racket there, loved it! - Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio.
"Brothers Lee and Nick Meldrum hit you with such sheer velocity and volume you are sure to still be vibrating long after their set has concluded. Combining relentlessly driving drone with catchy punk hooks, why smack them with a wall of sound when you can cover them with concrete? Words don't cover it, people really need to see them live for the full glory!'
Mark Lane - Cable Club Promotions.
http://www.thezineuk.co.uk/single-post/2017/02/22/Band-of-the-rising-SONS http://littleindieblogs.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/live-review-hello-operator-paves-sons.html?m=1 http://www.gigslutz.co.uk/feeling-track-day-sons-reptiles/ http://littleindieblogs.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/re-listen-sons-reptiles.html https://twitter.com/thelostagencypr/status/832219910004682752