Sunset Sons started out as surfers who loved making music. Four hectic years of writing, recording and near non-stop touring across the UK and Europe – including supporting Imagine Dragons on 36 arena dates and selling out London’s Shepherds Bush Empire - have turned them in to seasoned musicians who have to squeeze surfing in on the side.
Still, you won’t hear them complaining. Swapping waves for stages and beaches for fields, playing well over 200 shows in three years has tuned Sunset Sons in to one of the UK's most exciting live bands with a cult festival following. Their acclaimed and addictive debut album, Very Rarely Say Die, captured both the raucous spirit of those live shows and the carefree attitude that made the band friends in the first place.
2018’s acclaimed EP ‘The River’, which enjoyed strong international support from Spotify and Apple showed a darker, more mature, and urgent side of the band, and serves as a powerful taster for their second album ‘Blood Rush Deja-Vu’ (coming September 2019) produced by Grammy nominated and ‘MPG Breakthrough Producer of the Year’, Catherine Marks (Foals, Wolf Alice, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Amazons, Howling Bells), and was recorded between London and their adopted hometown, the commune of Hossegor on the south-west Atlantic coast of France.