ANNOUNCE OCTOBER UK HEADLINE TOUR
“They play the music they love in a straightforward way without self-consciousness. They’re going to be big.” The Times
“Sunset Sons have huge anthems up their sleeves and remind me of The Killers & Kings of Leon. Look out for them.” The Sun
“The band are now preparing for stardom.” Evening Standard
“Prepare your stadiums for an Anglo-Australian quartet who trade in anthemic rock songs…these 13 tub-thumping anthems are infused with a funk undertow & more often, a deft, spring heeled approach to Americana. They’re on their way.”
****” Q Magazine
“It’s easy to see why they’re considered a hot prospect: singer Rory combines the beard, hair and fractured croon of Kings of Leon’s Caleb…with the louche keyboard skills of Brandon Flowers. Williams’s distinctive growl, however, elevates the Sunset Sons from the pack.”
Having played to sold out crowds across the UK in March/April in support of their debut album ‘Very Rarely Say Die’, Sunset Sons have announced an October UK Tour which includes the iconic Shepherds Bush Empire in London as well as Manchester Academy.
Sunset Sons are renowned for their atmospheric and energetic live shows and have a summer of festivals ahead of them including Isle Of Wight Festival, T In The Park, Reading & Leeds and a headline slot at Goldcoast Oceanfest.
These October UK dates will give fans the opportunity to see Sunset Sons perform hits from their fantastic debut album ‘Very Rarely Say Die’ which was released on 1 April this year. The album was recorded between London, Nashville and their adopted hometown of Hossegor with Jacquire King (Kings of Leon) and James Lewis (Arctic Monkeys).
Tickets will be available for pre-sale on Wednesday 27th April from http://listings.ticketweb.co.uk/sunsetsons and on sale Friday 29th April 2016
17th – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
18th – O2 ABC Glasgow, Glasgow
19th – Wylam Brewery, Newcastle
20th – The Leadmill, Sheffield
22nd – Academy, Manchester
23rd – The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
24th – O2 Academy, Oxford
26th – UEA, Norwich
27th – Shepherds Bush Empire, London
28th – O2 Institute, Birmingham
30th – O2 Academy, Bournemouth
1st – Tramshed, Cardiff