I’ll simply pull the band bio from the bandcamp page:-
Sons of The Descent were formed by Edinburgh duo Hugh Duggie and Ian White, ex Factory Records and Mute artists, and between them they were in the Wendys, Foil, and Lowlife. Joined by Stephen ‘Bendy Toy’ Evans. It is all about the electronica, and the guitars, and the songs. All songs are written, performed, and produced by SOTD, for their own Brawsome Productions
They are a much under-appreciated trio, whose debut album was featured a couple of times on the blog back in 2017, especially via this guest posting by Jacques the Kipper.
Since then, there’s been a few digital releases, all of which can be tried and tested right here before you plunge in and spend some currency.
mp3: Sons of The Descent – Golden Misfits
One from the debut album, a record which draws upon many influences. JtK cited Stone Roses for this track in his review……
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Stone Roses…maybe. Sounds like the Roses sound-checking a demo. Never really gets going.