Sunday 16 December 2018


‘’If you like it loud, you’ll love Sons!’’ Ladies and gentlemen, close your doors and windows, because the brothers Lee & Nick Meldrum, also known as the British band Sons, had found its way to The Hague. Founded in a punk-garage in Brighton, the brothers are steady building an empire as they  grow bigger at festivals like Camden Rocks and Reading Festival; note, they are making music for 2 years only. With their exploding vocals and sawing riffs, they will possibly bring the dead back to life – the British radio stations and critics already had a big wake up call.

  • € 7,50
  • Paard op Hol: Paardcafe
  • 20:30
  • 21:00

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

“It rocks like a beast and kicks you where it hurts… another sure fire banger.” – Charlie Ashcroft – Amazing Radio
“My Introducing pick of the week, a rowdy little number this one.” – Huw Stephens – BBC Radio 1
“It’s kind of noisy, it’s got heavy riffs and I love it!” Georgie Rogers Virgin Radio
“I love angry music and that is expertly done.” –  Phil Taggart – BBC Radio
“A conveyor belt of heavy bass and distorted punk-rock vocals which oozes a dark melodic undertone.” –  My Global Mind

“Every single tune they put out is a total punk banger isn’t it?"

Alex Baker – Kerrang Radio