March 2018 Rock Record of the Month - The Glorious Sons - Young Beauties and Fools

March 2018 Rock Record of the Month - The Glorious Sons - Young Beauties and Fools

Blind Tiger Record Club’s Rock Record of the Month - The Glorious Sons - Young Beauties and Fools

The Glorious Sons are from Kingston, Ontario. The band has done well in Canada.  They have released one EP, Shapeless Art, and a full length, The Union. Those titles produced a big splash on the Canadian Rock / Alternative radio charts. One song went #1, "The Contender" and six other songs were top ten singles (including four making it all the way to #2).

Young Beauties and Fools released in Canada October 13, 2017, but is just now making its way to the US. The first single off the album went #1 on the Canadian Rock / Alternative chart.  In the U.S., "Everything Is Alright is currently #32 on the Mediabase Alternative charts.

The Glorious Sons were nominated for Rock Album of the Year at the Juno Awards in 2015. They also won Group of the Year and Artist of the Year at the 2015 SiriusXM Indie Awards. 

The 2018 Juno Award Nominations for 2018 were announced at the end of February and The Glorious Sons were nominated for 'Rock Album of the Year' for Young Beauties and Fools.  The category also includes Death From Above, Big Wreck, Nickelback and Theory. The Juno Awards will be held in Vancouver, BC on the weekend of March 23rd.

The band supported the release by touring select US markets with another new artist, Greta Van Fleet.  The band is just getting going in the U.S. and we are excited to feature them as the B.T.R.C. Rock Record of the Month for March!

 

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What people are saying about the Glorious Sons...

The stories that come out on The Glorious Sons’ new album Young Beauties and Fools are independent in their own right but when tied together in a hastily wrapped package, make up the sound of genuine rock n’ roll. Over ten tight tracks, The Glorious Sons recount nights of hard partying followed by the hangover aftermath.  Relatable and catchy, the album is an easy listen with a whole lot of heart.  The Spill - Gabrielle Bossy


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