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Debut EP from New Jersey alt band Young Rising Sons out now

posted Jul 24, 2014, 6:50 AM by Vu Nguyen
New Jersey alt band Young Rising Sons release their debut 4-song EP today on "Dirty Canvas/Interscope Records". The EP contains the current single “High” which went viral on social media in a digital storm of shares last month when they released the summertime, feel-good
video. The EP also contains the contagious song “King Of The World” which premiered last week on Pigeons and Planes. The other 2 songs on the EP Turnin' and Red & Gold are both equally infectious and another sign of what’s to come for this talented 4 piece.

Young Rising Sons are coming up swift and steady with the release of their EP as well as heading out on a tour with Little Daylight this August. "High" even caught the attention of BBC Radio 1's tastemaker DJ Zane Lowe and the track was named as Zane's "Next Hype" track receiving continued plays on his show.

Showing no signs of slowing down, the group have stepped into the big leagues with style and talent.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
August 7 // The Basement, Columbus, OH // with Little Daylight
August 8 // Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN // with Little Daylight
August 9 // Drunken Unicorn, Atlanta, GA // with Little Daylight
August 11 // House of Blues - Bronze Peacock, Houston, TX // with Little Daylight
August 12 // Stubbs JR, Austin, TX // with Little Daylight
August 13 // House of Blues - Cambridge Room, Dallas, TX // with Little Daylight
August 15 // Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO // with Little Daylight
August 18 // Club Congress Phoenix, AZ // with Little Daylight
August 19 // Voodoo Room, San Diego, CA // with Little Daylight
August 20 // Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA // with Little Daylight
September 15 // Marathon Music Work, Nashville, TN // with Kongos
September 20 // Metro, Chicago, IL // with Kongos
September 21 // The Wisconsin Union Theatre, Madison, WI // with Kongos
September 22 // Sokol Auditorium, Omaha, NE // with Kongos
October 2 // Event Center at San Jose State University, San Jose, CA // with Weezer and Kongos