SONS RELEASE ACOUSTIC EP, KEEP QUIETER
Release to be featured on Property of Zack, Substream, Absolute Punk and PureVolume
Slospeak Records just announced the December 11th release of SONS’ acoustic EP entitled,Keep Quieter. It’s the follow up to January’s full length release, Keep Quiet. The three tracks will be on iTunes and Amazon Mp3 next Tuesday.
To preview the EP, select media outlets will host exclusive online streams of each track: Property of Zack featured “Ghost” on December 4th, Substream Magazine will feature “Believe in Something” on December 6th and Absolute Punk will feature “Doubt” on December 10th. All tracks will stream on PureVolume on release day. In addition, the promo video is now viewable on Youtube: http://youtu.be/oi24qtyffgQ?hd=1
The EP is a direct result of SONS’ desire to continually provide new content for fans while off they are off the road. “We wanted to give our fans an intimate look at Keep Quiet because it’s been so special to us and their support has been overwhelming,” says front man Aaron Newberry. The release will serve as an inside look at the bands favorite songs in a stripped down setting.
For more information regarding this release, simply reply for the email. To stream the record for review purposes only, please clickHERE.
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