Sunset Sons have revealed their new single Love Lights, the latest track to be lifted from their forthcoming EP The River.
Speaking about the new track, drummer Jed Laidlaw says; “Love Lights, it’s a song about relationships. Not necessarily boy-girl, but just about honesty and how people can change their minds like the weather. It’s just about keeping moving forward, which is the general theme around The River EP”.
Take a listen to the track below:
The River, released on 27th July 2018 via LAB Records, is produced by MPG UK Producer of the Year Catherine Marks (The Big Moon, Foals).
In 2016 Sunset Sons released their debut album Very Rarely Say Die, produced by Jacquire King and James Lewis, and it charted in the UK Top 30. The popularity of the album saw the band headline both London’s Koko and Shepherd’s Bush Empire venues as part of sold-out UK tours.
They also picked up radio play from Radio 1 and Radio X.
Sunset Sons are Rory Williams, Jed Laidlaw and Pete Harper.
Today they play at Barn on the Farm in Gloucester.