Sons and Daughters were mentioned less than two weeks ago, with a look at Dance Me In, a quite superb single released in June 2005.
The band was also the subject of ICA #199 back in November 2018, and I’m returning to something written as part of that post as it nails a particular song:-
mp3: Sons and Daughters – Medicine
The opening track on the band’s first full album, The Repulsion Box (2005), is what can only be described as a hoedown stomp on speed and which sets the tone for much of what was to follow on the rest of the record. Oh, and it features the best use of a mandolin on any piece of music since….well, the track Fight which can be found on debut mini-album Love The Cup (2003).
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A relatively short lived band that made quite the impact.
I’ve also featured them recently