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Airplay Highlights

 - Radio X - Evening playlist

 - Live radio session and "Big One"

 - Steve Lamacq,

BBC 6 Musicrecommends

-  Soccer AM ‘Goals of the Week’ Soundtrack

 - Virgin Radio - Evening playlist

 - Kate Lawler (Afternoon show)

 - Alex Baker Featured Artist of the Week, Kerrang! Radio

 - Spot plays Huw Stephens & Phil Taggart

 

 - The South, Live Radio session

- Huw Stephens’ Best of BBC Introducing Playlist

- Huw Stephens’ BBC Introducing ‘Tip Of The Week’

-  BT Sport ‘RELOAD’ UFC

-  BT Sports 'Rugby 2017'

“My Introducing pick of the week, a rowdy little number this one” - Huw Stephens - BBC Radio 1

 

“Sounding fantastic!... It’s yet another winner from SONS! A dynamic duo from Brighton!” - John Kennedy, Radio X

 

"The Brighton duo have unleashed this big, snarling slab of punk rock and it's brilliant' 'On The Stereo' - Kerrang! Magazine

 

"Probably one of the best bands I've seen this year" - The Zine

"What a year it’s been for Brighton’s garage punktastic soul brothers SONS with a flurry of monster new singles" - GigSlutz

 

"The band that are at the centre of a blizzard of hype at the moment, biting riffs, stellar choruses, Sons could make 2018 their own" - Clash Magazine

 

"Championed by BBC Introducing" - Huw Stephens R1

 

“It rocks like a beast and kicks you where it hurts... another sure fire banger” - Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio

 

“Every single tune they put out is a total punk banger isn’t it?" Alex Baker. - Kerrang! Radio

 

“I love angry music and that is expertly done...” - Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1

 

"It’s kind of noisy, it’s got heavy riffs and I love it!" - Georgie Rogers, Virgin Radio

 

"Fierce guitars, really dirty and noisy...” - Melita Dennett, BBC Introducing South

 

"They're becoming one of our staple ingredients on Amazing. Really good quality stuff" - Elise Cobain, Amazing Radio

 

“A conveyor belt of heavy bass and distorted punk-rock vocals which oozes a dark melodic undertone” - My Global Mind

 

“Proper punk rock and roll...” - Goldierocks, The Selector