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Sons Of The East - Already Gone

Sons Of The East - Already Gone
Sons of the East is an indie-folk band from Sydney, consisting of Jack Rollins, who once tamed an emu; Nic Johnston, the guy who is without a doubt the best at finding short cuts; and Dan Wallage, whose hair was once described by David Attenborough as ‘the single greatest organism to ever grace the earth’.

Their sound is a saucy, heterogeneous melting pot of diverse indie sounds and sundry folk melodies; a multifarious and motley mix of banjo, organ, piano, guitar, stirring harmonies and the occasional didgeridoo. The result is a modern, alternative folk sound that draws on truly eclectic influences from far and wide, but somehow winds up feeling like home. In other words... It's good.

Sons of the East pride themselves on their rowdy and rambunctious live shows, working off what they call the ‘tear-jerkers’ and the ‘boot-stompers’. This has gathered them attention from radio stations, websites and blogs, a couple of old ladies in Yass, and plenty of venues and festivals across Australia. Sons of the East have graced the stage with many big name acts.

Catch them at a live show where they’ll have you dancing like a tourist running along the hot sand in summer.

About this track...

Already Gone, the title track from the 2015 EP, is a quirky and endearing tune that begins with the words, 'Kissed my beer last night and whispered "baby don't leave me."' A modern throwback to rock n roll, this tune is downright fun.

Other tracks by Sons Of The East: Into The Sun  -  Fast And Slow
Details
Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In NSW
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Sydney
Taken From The Release Titled Already Gone
Copyright Holder's Name Sons Of The East Music
Media Servicing Date 2015-11-04
Main Genre Blues/Roots
Genre 2 Folk
Genre 3 Soul
Genre 4 Rock
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://www.sonsoftheeast.com
Artist Social Network Page http://www.facebook.com/sonsoftheeastmusic
Online Store Page 1
Online Store Page 2 http://www.sonsoftheeast.com/shop
Online Store Page 3 https://www.waterfrontrecords.com/artist/22592
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned