TUNE SONS - A Love Song?
‘A Love Song?’
Self-released May 19 via all digital platforms
“Crafted a glorious racket there, loved it!”, Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio
“Fantastic! What a track! A dynamic duo from Brighton!”, John Kennedy, Radio X
That is a good record, I love angry music and that is expertly done.”, Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1
“An absolute banger! Making more racket than two tennis professionals!”, Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio
FFO: Slaves, Drenge, Cabbage
SONS are set to drop their sophomore single, ‘A Love Song?’, on May 19 via all digital platforms.
Building on from their blistering debut, ‘Reptiles’, ‘A Love Song?’ sees the band inspired from some of their 90s favourites, showcasing a grungier side than on the first single, while still maintaining that acerbic punk edge to their music.
SONS are a hard hitting punk/indie rock duo hailing from Brighton, consisting of brothers Lee and Nick Meldrum, who’ve only been making music together for less than a year. SONS create a raw post punk racket that combines relentlessly driving drones with effortlessly catchy hooks.
Airplay support includes Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1; Tom Robinson The BBC Introducing Mixtape, BBC 6 Music; John Kennedy, Radio X (incl. X-Posure Big One, X-Posure evening playlist and live session); Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio; Charlie Ashcroft and Jim Gellatly, Amazing Radio; Goldie Rocks, The Selector British Council Music; Melita Dennett, BBC Introducing South; as well as featuring on Huw Stephens’ Radio 1’s Best of BBC Introducing Playlist.
17th March, John Kennedy presents Remedy, Tooting Tram & Social, London
18th March, Night And Day Cafe, Manchester
31st March, The Old No 7, Barnsley
1st April, Utero Presents, The Verve Bar, Leeds.
12th April, The Parrot, Carmarthen
20th May, Headlining The Jack Daniels Stage, The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
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