John Martyn, Grizzly Bear, Robert Wyatt, Peter Gabriel, Neil Young
The Sons were three. Two left. Now there is only one. The Son(s).
“Filled with subtle arrangements that are built around an intimate acoustic environment and driven with a lo-fi attitude The Son(s) are a captivating delight.”
“Some bands like to shroud themselves in mystery. I have a feeling that the Son(s) – or Son as it now is if you read the strange biog below – may well be better known than they are letting on. You would certainly think so to listen to the beautifully crafted songs I have downloaded from Soundcloud. Looking at the industry figures who are following the band – who have no Myspace page or Facebook – it would appear that many others are waking up to their undoubted talents.”
“Whoever The Son(s) are is not important. What is important is that you listen to them. Now.”
“It is easy to get lost in The Son(s)’ music, especially amidst the warm vocal counterpoints and subtly infectious melodies.”
“What is sure is that they have an impressive array of tracks of the highest quality - surely they deserve more attention than that? Again, little or no information at all can be extracted from the lonely Edinburgh exile.”
“...everything I love about Folk-Rock music, the softly-sung melodies, the multiple harmonies and the intricate guitar playing...”
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