At the Fest
Fri, Oct. 11th | 12:20 - 1:00 PM
Austin Ventures Stage
Fri, Oct. 11th | 1:30 - 12:00 AM
Waterloo Autograph Tent
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Sons of Fathers will follow up their critically acclaimed, self-titled debut with 'Burning Days,' out April 2 on Blanco River Music. Helmed by legendary producer Lloyd Maines (Joe Ely, Uncle Tupelo), the record's ten tracks find the band's deep American roots blossoming with vines of sonic Texas power, ragged rock, and punk defiance, all wrapped around the "airtight harmonies" (Austin Chronicle) of frontmen David Beck and Paul Cauthen. Maines put it best when he described the band as "The Everly Brothers meets Neil Young and Merle Haggard and The Clash." Rolling Stone has already praised the album's "wide open roots and folk rock," while CMT described it as "rip-roaring Texas rock studded with gospel-influenced harmonies," and Paste called it "soulful."