The Sourheads – An Elder’s Son – new video single

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On April 14, 2020
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The Sourheads take influence from the great classic rock bands of the 60's and 70's and combine it with the more alternative bands of modern day. 

The Sourheads – An Elder’s Son – new video single

The Sourheads are soon to release their second album and have filmed the video for the new single An Elder’s Son whilst on lockdown. They filmed it in isolation using Whats App, incense smoke and Marcel the cat.

Taking influence from the great classic rock bands of the ’60s and ’70s The Sourheads combine it with the more alternative bands of modern-day. The band feel that it is important to not follow any specific scene yet they fit into multiple genres and play with different styles of bands.

In 2016 they wrote their first album ‘Care Plan For The Soul’ mastered by famed produce Pete Maher ( The Rolling Stones, Depeche Mode, U2) the band signed with German Label Kozmik Artifactz in the spring of 2017 and will be releasing the debut album worldwide on Vinyl, CD and digitally.

The secret to the style of music The Sourheads are is that each member is influenced by different styles of music. There are elements of British bands such as Kasabian and Inspiral Carpets, classic bands such as Iggy and the Stooges, The Doors, and heavier bands such as Kyuss, Queens of the stone age, and Clutch. This along with an explosive live show makes The Sourheads a band not to be missed who have gained a loyal following throughout the UK and Europe.

 

Check out the Video for An Elders Son

The Sourheads are: Vocals – Jake Coxon,   Guitar – Mik Crone,   Bass – Ben Taylor,   Drums – Chris Lambert

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/thesourheads/

https://www.thesourheads.com/

 

 

 

The Sourheads take influence from the great classic rock bands of the 60's and 70's and combine it with the more alternative bands of modern day. 

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