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SUMMER FESTIVAL CIRCUIT INCLUDES IMPRESSIVE LIST OF INTERNATIONAL DATES

 

#1 ALTERNATIVE RADIO SINGLE, “EVERYTHING IS ALRIGHT” CERTIFIED GOLD

After a year of memorable shows, JUNO Award winning alternative-rock band, The Glorious Sons are gearing up for a very special performance as direct support for The Rolling Stones at Orange Veledrome in Marseille, France on Friday June 26.
“I’ve been to three Stones concerts. My mother’s been to about 10. Growing up, they were rock and roll personified in my household. They were the gods that we measured ourselves up to when we started this band. This is an opportunity of a lifetime, and I can’t wait to get out in front of them and steal all their fans.” – Brett Emmons (vocals)

 

Since the release of band’s sophomore album, Young Beauties and Fools (October 2017), The Glorious Sons have celebrated a number of major accomplishments including; winning “Rock Album of the Year” at the 2018 JUNO Awards, taking home the “Group of the Year” Award at the 2018 Indies, their anthemic single “Everything is Alright” was certified GOLD in Canada and also landed them the band their first #1 in the alternative radio format.

 

After extensive touring across the U.S., U.K. and a fully sold-out Canadian tour last year The Glorious Sons hit the festival circuit this summer, performing at Hang Out Music Festival (Gulf Shores, AL), Firefly Music Festival (Dover, DE), and the esteemed Reading & Leeds Festival (U.K.). The band are fresh of the heels of their first-ever shows in Australia, playing for new fans in Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Freemantle, Brisbane and Sydney.  They also announced a number of dates supporting Welshly Arms in their tour across America in September and October.

 

The Glorious Sons have garnered over 28 million streams in North America, sold nearly 150k singles, produced nine consecutive top 10 radio singles with no signs of slowing this year as their dedicated fans and a new audience discover the dynamic songwriting and uniquely crafted sound.

 

 

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