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Sons Of The East have established themselves as premiere songwriters and a brilliant live act, carving out a remarkable success story and solidifying their position as one of Australia’s most exciting and dynamic musical acts. The band’s captivating debut album Palomar Parade has already seen over 40 million streams, with sold out shows in London, New York, Sydney, Barcelona, Chicago, L.A and some of Europe’s biggest festivals in 2022.
They have amassed an impressive 300 million streams, 60 million YouTube views, 2 million monthly listeners on Spotify and sold an estimated 40,000 headline tickets throughout their career, a testament to their growing connection with fans all around the world.
July 14 sees the band release their new single, Hard To Tell, to celebrate the beginning of another worldwide tour, returning to the UK, Europe and North America in the fall.
“It’s impossible not to move to – and be moved by – this exuberant sound. The atmosphere created is one of unique euphoria.” – 1st 3rd Magazine
“With a knack for classic songwriting and glorious vocal harmonies, Sons Of The East will instantly turn heads with this glorious debut album.” – Clunk Magazine
LULLANAS create songs wrapped in Americana warmth, folk eloquence, country storytelling, and unassuming pop ambition. Their acclaimed debut EP, Before Everything Got Real [lnk.to], thrives on an inimitable and familial balance. Music manifested itself in LULLANAS’ lives at a young age. Growing up in Pennsylvania, they recall how important music was on their many family road trips, with their dad listening to The Beatles, The Eagles and Shania Twain, while their mom favored Johnny Cash and Eric Clapton. During a summer visit to their grandmother in India, the duo ended up in an old cotton mill converted into a studio where they impromptu tracked their song “Don’t Say.” Without any expectations, they uploaded the track, which has 3.6 million streams on Spotify alone. Between gigs alongside Maggie Rose, Darlingside, and Wild Rivers, they toured with Peter Bradly Adams. During the summer of 2019, the duo recorded their debut EP Before Everything Got Real with producer Peter Katis [The National], and in 2020, they recorded a version of The Paper Kites’ “Bloom,” which showcased their unique artistry and their ability to craft enchanting and emotionally resonant music. Their most recent release, “Cheap Silver Lining,” is a captivating collaboration with UK singer/songwriter Luke Sital-Singh, blending their unique musical styles with introspective lyrics and haunting melodies that create a melancholic yet hopeful atmosphere. LULLANAS are currently in the studio co-producing and recording their full-length debut album, due out later this year.