London four-piece Sons & Lovers played the last night in a 4-week residency for the band at Club NME KOKO on January 18th. Jeramiah Ferrari were supporting.
They also played the BBC Introducing festival shows in 2012 and recieved a lot of praise for their tracks ‘Set My Heart’ and ‘King’.
The usual Club NME crowd enjoy Sons & Lovers performance.
Sons & Lovers topped off 2012 with the release of the single ‘Golden’ as a free download on their Facebook page.
Sons & Lovers told their Facebook fans: “Thanks to everyone who came to the Koko shows in January and made our month so much fun!”
The audience can’t wait for Sons & Lovers to take to the stage.
Support comes from Jeramiah Ferrari, a young band based in Leigh near Manchester.
Jeramiah Ferrari fuse together Roots Reggae, Rock, Punk, Ska and Calypso.
Jeramiah Ferrari get the crowd warmed up before Sons & Lovers take to the stage.
They’ve supported the likes of The English Beat, The Aggrolites & The Neville Staple Band as well as winning a support slot at the Key 103 Summer Ball at the M.E.N Arena.
In September they self released ‘The Dubby Rock EP’, which went to Number 4 in the iTunes Reggae Chart.
2013 will see Jeramiah Ferrari start recording their debut album and touring the UK.