You can almost feel the rumble beneath your feet, as Hello Operator begin to smash up through the old cobbled streets of York, and out into the vicinity. Without a warning, the Yorkshire four piece invade your eardrums with their monstrous riffs, ferocious choruses and licks that leave you dripping for weeks.
As they embezzle your attention, you find yourself lost in the dark corners of the Louisiana swamps, humming those delta blue chimes, whilst the relentless iron fist of British rock 'n' roll thumps against the willows.
Brothers Lee and Nick Meldrum burst onto the garage punk scene in January 2016. It’s been a high octane year for Brighton two-piece SONS, who have recently signed to emerging punk label Till Deaf Do Us Party (Frauds/ Night Owls).
Darlings of incendiary rock n’ roll club night This Feeling, all three singles have been heavily rotated by indie/rock radio luminaries Huw Stephens, John Kennedy, Alex Baker and Tom Robinson — as well as impressing the likes of Clash, GigSlutz and Vents Magazine. They have two live radio sessions under their belt, for Radio X and BBC Introducing.
Meanwhile, the band have taken their cacophonous live set on the road, gigging up and down the country with highlight sets at The Great Escape, Camden Rocks and most recently Reading Festival 2017.
With explosive vocal melodies and buzzsaw riffs that could wake the dead, if you like it loud, you’ll love SONS!
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