Wednesday, 16 August 2017

SONS OF TEXAS – New Video “September” & UK Tour Supporting SOiL

SONS OF TEXAS PREMIERE “SEPTEMBER” VIDEO ON REVOLVERMAG.COM
 
FALL TOURING CIRCLES THE GLOBE

(New York, NY) – After 15 months of non-stop touring, Sons of Texas are hitting the road again for 3 months in support of their successful debut album Baptized in The Rio Grande. The final leg of the tour will cover the U.S., Japan, Europe, and the UK. Leading up to the shows, the band has partnered with Revolver for the video premiere of “September;” click HERE to watch. This follows videos for the album’s title track and the song “Blameshift.”

Singer Mark Morales comments, “With ‘September’, I wanted to try and write from a different perspective, so I chose to write about a single mother. As a lyricist, I wanted to broaden the playing field as far as subject matter goes.  I wanted to pay homage to the hardest working people of our generation, the unsung heroes of the world, the epitome of love, ambition, and tenacity – the single parent.”

The fall tour kicks off September 12th with two weeks of U.S shows supporting Buckcherry and Candlebox.  Following the U.S dates, the band is set to perform at Japan’s legendary Loudpark Festival.  The tour cycle then closes out with a month of dates in Europe and the UK supporting Soil and Saliva. Dates for the entire fall tour are below.

Sons Of Texas Tour Dates
w/Buckcherry
Sept. 12 – Denver CO – The Summit Music Hall
Sept. 13 – Omaha, NE – Shamrocks Pub
Sept. 14 – Saint Charles, IL – The Arcada Theatre^
Sept. 16 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
Sept. 17 – Asbury Park, NJ – Wonder Bar
Sept. 18 – Hampton, NH – Wally’s Pub
Sept. 20 – New York, NY – Playstation Theater^
Sept. 21 – Huntington, NY – Paramount Theatre^
Sept. 22 – Huntington, WV – V Club
Sept. 24 – Houston, TX – Houston Open Air Festival*
Sept. 25 – Harrah, OK – Kickapoo Casino
Oct. 8 – Tokyo, Japan – Japan Loud Park Festival*
*festival
^15th Anniversary Show

w/Soil
Oct. 27 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Helling
Oct. 28 – Jena, Germany – F-Haus
Oct. 29 – Zurich, Switzerland – Tbd
Oct. 30 – Borgo Priolo, Italy – Dagda Club
Nov. 1 – Vienna, Austria – Szene Wien
Nov. 2 – Munich, Germany – Backstage Halle
Nov. 3 – Stuttgart, Germany – Universum
Nov. 4 – Sittard, Netherlands – Volt
Nov. 5 – Bochum, Germany – Zeche
Nov. 7 – Southampton, United Kingdom – Engine Rooms
Nov. 8 – Brighton, United Kingdom – Concorde 2
Nov. 9 – Bristol, United Kingdom – The Fleece
Nov. 10 – Reading, United Kingdom – Sub 89
Nov. 11 – Plymouth, United Kingdom – The Hub
Nov. 12 – Barnstaple, United Kingdom – The Factory
Nov. 13 – Cardiff, United Kingdom – The Globe
Nov. 15 – London, United Kingdom – O2 Academy Islington
Nov. 16 – Norwich, United Kingdom – Waterfront
Nov. 17 – Manchester, United Kingdom – Sound Control
Nov. 18 – Sheffield, United Kingdom – Corporation
Nov. 19 – Birmingham, United Kingdom – O2 Institute 2
Nov. 20 – Newcastle, United Kingdom – Riverside
Nov. 22 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Cathouse
Nov. 23 – Hull, United Kingdom – The Welly
Nov. 24 – York, United Kingdom – Fibbers
Nov. 25 – Chester, United Kingdom – The Live Rooms
Nov. 26 – Milton Keynes, United Kingdom – Crauford Arms

LINKS
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