Sons And Daughters – Dance Me In (CD Review)

‘Dance Me In’ is the latest single to be released by these bluesy countrified rock and rollers from Glasgow. Having enrolled Edwyn Collins on production duties and already won over audiences with their previous tours and festival appearances Sons And Daughters are being tipped for big things.

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As the ballsy vocals from Adele steal the thunder from the jangling rockabilly guitars and crashing bass and drums there seems no stopping the song, until your expectations are crushed by the abrupt ending. The result is that you must listen to it again, it is infectious and far and away their best single to date. All of this bodes well for their upcoming full length debut album (‘The Repulsion Box’ due out 6 June 2005).

Sons and Daughters take the show on the road headlining the following dates,

    Thu 9th Glasgow, QMU

    Fri 10th Aberdeen, Lemon Tree

    Sat 11th Dundee, Reading Rooms

    Mon 13th Newcastle, The Archer

    Tue 14th Manchester Night and Day

    Wed 15th Leeds Cockpit

    Thu 16th Norwich Arts Centre

    Sat 18th Southampton Joiners

    Sun 19th Birmingham Academy

    Mon 20th Bristol, Fleece

    Tues 21st London, Scala

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Label : Domino

Release Date : 23 May 2005

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Sons and Daughters are:
Adele Bethel – Vocals, guitar, piano
David Gow – Drums, Percussion
Ailidh Lennon – Bass, mandolin, piano
Scott Paterson – Vocals, guitar

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