U.K.-based indie rock band, The Sons, announces the release of “Better Days”, the second worldwide single from their album The Prime Words Committee. The song has been released as a free download from the band’s website – http://www.the-sons.com. Current and future fans who want to download “Better Days” immediately to a mobile device may scan its QR code. This code has been posted strategically online and around the world – including the back of the band’s iconic blue van. The goal is for “Better Days” to be downloaded 1 million times.
(Direct link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34225617/03%20-%20Better%20Days.mp3)
To support this release, The Sons are excited to announce their Fall tour calendar. In addition to headlining shows in the UK and Europe, in November brothers Paul and Steven Herron will hit up Southern California to showcase their acoustic talents. These shows will mark the first time US audiences hear The Sons’ music performed live.
Catch a live show in the following cities (visit www.the-sons.com for details and updates):
18 Aug 2012 – Langenthal, Switzerland
24 Aug 2012 – Göttingen, Germany
25 Aug 2012 – Leopoldshafen, Germany
19 Oct 2012 – Derby, Great Britain
03 Nov 2012 – Hollywood, California
07 Nov 2012 – Los Angeles, California
29 Nov 2012 – Langenthal, Switzerland
30 Nov 2012 – Bern, Switzerland
01 Dec 2012 – Freiberg, Germany
04 Dec 2012 – Potsdam, Germany
05 Dec 2012 – Göttingen, Germany
06 Dec 2012 – Hamburg, Germany
07 Dec 2012 – Berlin, Germany
08 Dec 2012 – Bonn, Germany
For more information, to book the band for interviews or live appearances, or to review a show, please contact:
Kristi Carlson, Manager
The Sons are a five-piece indie rock band hailing from Derby, England, comprised of members Paul Herron, Lee Blades, Stewart English, Roger Millichamp and Steven Herron.
The Prime Words Committee is available through iTunes.com, Amazon.com, Pandora.com and through various other music retailers. Go to the-sons.com for updates, touring information and to read more about The Sons and The Prime Words Committee.