Sunset Sons Return With New Single ‘Love Lights’

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8.5

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Finally following up on their 2016 debut album Very Rarely Say Die, French Seasiders Sunset Sons return with new single ‘Love Lights’.

The track is the second released so far that will feature on their upcoming EP, ‘The River’ which is due out next Friday (July 27th).

‘Love Lights’ is booming with crashing drums, loud vocals and jaw-dropping guitar riffs this track will get you dancing in an instance.

Nominated for Track Of The Year at the 2016 ICM Awards, Sunset Sons have a pedigree of creating songs that just click with the listener straight away.

Speaking about the new track, drummer Jed Laidlaw says; “‘Love Lights’, it’s a song about relationships.

“Not necessarily boy-girl, but just about honesty and how people can change their minds like the weather.

“It’s just about keeping moving forward, which is the general theme around ‘The River’ EP”.

Good

  • Insane drums
  • Jaw dropping guitar riffs

Bad

  • Similar to previous work

Summary

‘Love Lights’ is booming with crashing drums, loud vocals and jaw-dropping guitar riffs this track will get you dancing in an instance.
8.5

ICM Rating