Sons and Daughters have just announced their return to Australia this January.
For the last eight years Sons & Daughters have worked towards fashioning a distinctive sound, image and story. Inspired by the melancholy storytelling of Lee Hazlewood, the lyricism of Bill Callaghan and Leonard Cohen, and the raw power of country, blues and folk, the Glasgow-based four-piece have been busy creating their own world and making it an interesting place to live.
Records that instantly deliver greatness can often leave you wanting more, while others slowly but surely sink in its haunting hooks and refuse to let go – like Mirror, Mirror. Sons & Daughters’ third and latest album is a slow burning sensation, a wiry, raw, sensual and spacious injection of primal monochrome rock with a potent undertow of post-punk dance that’s not only thrillingly contemporary but unique by 2011 standards.
Wednesday, January 11 – Space Theatre ADELAIDE
Thursday, January 12 – Sydney Festival Keystone Festival Bar SYDNEY
Friday, January 13 – East Brunswick Club MELBOURNE
Saturday, January 14 – The Bakery PERTH