A true band of brothers, Foreign Sons is proud to premiere their new single, “Fracture,” today in partnership with HM. Twins Josh and Kyle Bundra (bass and drums respectively) jam with their younger brother Chris (vocalist) and added David Weaver on guitar, rounding out the indie rock quartet. The band is currently writing new music in preparation for a new full-length next year.

We spoke with Chris about the new single:

“Foreign Sons has come a long way from our first release, Of Want and Wisdom, and we’re stoked to share our new single with the world. ‘Fracture’ is the beginning of a new era for us as we move into our next chapter of writing. We believe we’re developing a style that has the maturity to resonate with experienced music fans as well as a fresh approach that reaches younger listeners. ‘Fracture’ highlights the tragedy of seeking fulfillment but not realizing it’s been within grasp all along.”

The band formed in 2012 releasing their first EP in late 2013 before heading out on their first tour with Hearts Like Lions. The Las Vegas-based band will be on tour with As Cities Burn, Emery and Listener in August.

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