York-based quintet The Bastard Sons have announced that they will be supporting Motor Sister for a UK tour in January 2016. The Bastard Sons drummer Rich Hardy comments on the dates:
“We’re so stoked to be heading out with Motor Sister for their first UK tour! It’s no secret that we’re all huge fans of some good old rock n roll, so a band made up of some absolute legends in the rock and metal genre, playing exactly that, is the perfect way to start 2016 for us.”
The band continues to support their debut album Smoke today, which was released last week via Kaiju Records.
York-based quintet The Bastard Sons are streaming their debut album Smoke today, which was released last week via Kaiju Records.
Listen to the full disc here.
York, UK’s The Bastard Sons have detailed the cover art and track list for Smoke, their upcoming, debut full length, which will be released on August 7th via Kaiju Records. The band have a few shows scheduled leading up to the LP release, and have also released a stream of the lead single Listen Here.
Check out the cover art and track list for Smoke, as well as the band’s upcoming tour dates and the stream of Listen Here below.
York, UK’s The Bastard Sons have announced that their new debut full length, Smoke, will be released on August 7th via Kaiju Records. Frontman JJ Jackson has said this about the record:
“I always said with previous releases that I would never open up too much and write lyrics that meant too much to me personally, but with ‘Smoke’ things have changed. I just had to get out my inner frustrations with all the inaccurate crap we are fed through the media; it’s leading us towards negativity instead of pushing humanity forward to a more balanced, harmonious breed.”
Ahead of the official release date, the quintet have posted a lyric video for the track A Lie is a Lie, which you can check out below.
York, UK’s The Bastard Sons have announced that their new EP, Roads, will be released on March 10th via Kaiju Records. This is the bands follow up to 2012’s debut EP Bones. The band take songwriting inspiration not from their own lives, but from history, both real and fictional (as in Winter, a track about the Stark family from Game of Thrones). Frontman JJ said this about the bands lyrics:
“Lyrically I don’t write about my life, because who gives a fu*k about a nearly thirty-something guy from York? I write about things that have happened, history…Not as a lesson because that seems self-righteous, but things that aren’t about me. There’s been loads of teenage angst bands, and everyone’s sick of hearing it. I’m starting to write a lot more stuff about what’s happening now.”
To celebrate the upcoming release of Roads, the band are streaming Raise the Horse via soundcloud.