SONS SIGNS TO SLOSPEAK RECORDS, RELEASES SINGLE, EMBARKS ON JANUARY TOUR

Slospeak Records just announced the newest addition to their roster.  SONS (formerly Sons of God) signed to the indie label and immediately crafted a marketing plan for their upcoming full length release. In addition, the band will re-release “Doubt,” as its first radio single and tour the south to mid west states with sosaveme in January. “Doubt” is now on online to stream and download. The Nashville, TN based indie rock band is pleased to be share this news with both SONS and Slospeak fans.
Slospeak is a perfect fit because it’s like a small family,” says lead vocalist Aaron Newberry.“We’re really happy to partner with them and go a slightly unconventional route. “Most of all, we can’t wait to share our new music with the world, and the people who have patiently supported our band.” shares lead vocalist Aaron Newberry.
SONS began the signing process after developing a friendship with Slospeak A&R Davy Baysinger, after meeting Newberry through mutual friends. The relationship grew, music shared and conversation increased. Soon enough, there was a deal on the table and a pen in the guys’ hands.
The band previously called the nonprofit music organization Come&Live! their home, and founder Chad Johnson is giving them a proud send off. “We are floored for where God is taking SONS and what He has in store for them. They have formed a strategic partnership with an exciting new music endeavor and we wish them the absolute best. We look forward to how God will continue to use us to pour in to SONS.”
The band is looking forward to releasing their long-awaited full length album next year, along with multiple tours. With a new lineup, new music and a solid direction, SONS is slated to spend a large part of 2012 on the road.
Tour dates are as follows:
January 7 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Hebrews
January 8 – Sidney, OH @ Sidney First United Methodist Church
January 11 – Cary, NC @ Grace Church
January 12 – Cary, NC @ Colonial Baptist Church
January 13 – Greenville, SC @ The Channel
January 14 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theater
January 15 – Columbus, GA @ Collision Church
January 17 – Chattanooga, TN @ TBA
January 19 – Nashville, TN @TBA
January 20 – Evansville, IN @ The Hatch
January 21 – St. Louis, MO @ Melvin Theater
ABOUT SONS:
SONS is Aaron Newberry, Jacob Bundren and Ethan Kattau. Newberry began the project under the name Sons of God.  He released The Genesis Prologue EP in 2010. The three tracks met excellent acclaim –getting recognition on Relevant’s “The Drop,” HM Magazine, IndieVisionMusic and more. From there, the band worked on a full length record, to release in 2012, altered the name to SONS and signed with Slospeak Records. For more information, log on to www.sonsofficial.com .
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