SONS JOIN THE MAKE IT RIGHT TOUR

Slospeak Records just announced that SONS will join New York’s indie/rock band Abel on the “Make it Right” tour later this month. The tour spans the East Coast, with a stop in Nashville, TN, from September 21st through 28th.

“We’re excited to start touring the East Coast again,” says vocalist Aaron Newberry. “We’re especially looking forweard to it because we will be on this tour with great friends and a great band.” Abel and SONS have performed together in the past, giving audiences an evening filled with energy, engaging music and an infectious passion for their art.

The week-long run is just the beginning of SONS’ fall and winter announcements. They’re working on new music, tours and a video and look forward to unveiling these highly anticipated projets. “We’ve got a lot going on,” Newberry shares, “and we have more opportunities to give to our fans. It’s what we love to do.” For more information, follow them at @SonsOfficial and www.sonsofficial.om. Tour dates and poster are below

9.21 – Danbury, CT @ Heirloom Arts Theater
9.22 – Oaklyn, NJ @ Studio Luloo
9.23 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Loft
9.24 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Knitting Factory
9.25 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Championship
9.26 – Statesville, NC @ The Upper Room
9.27 – Greenville, SC @The Chanel
9.28 – Nashville, TN @Rocketown

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