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SPB premiere: "Where Light May Lead" from Son & Heir

Posted Feb. 9, 2017, 10:43 a.m. in MP3s by Loren

Today Scene Point Blank is excited to debut a new song from Son & Heir. Titled “Where Light May Lead,” it’s one of two Son & Heir tracks off the 4-band State Line Machine split LP that also features Easy Creatures, Hold Down the Ocean, and Worth.


Son & Heir formed in 2013, starting as an instrumental group and implementing vocals soon after. The band includes Rob Avery (ex-BoySetsFire), Brad Emmons and JY Bielan (Red Team Go), and Tyler Richardson.


State Line Machine will release on LP and digital formats on Feb 17 on Dullest Records (pre-orders available now).



Son & Heir previously released Anchorless EP last year and have two shows scheduled in early March.

State Line Machine track listing:

1. Easy Creatures- Dark Dreams
2. Easy Creatures- Chew Toy
3. Hold Down the Ocean- A Story From the Halfway House
4. Hold Down the Ocean- The Underdog Wins
5. Son & Heir- Phantom or Ghost
6. Son & Heir- Where Light May Lead
7. Worth- Dead Weight
8. Worth- Relax

Upcoming Shows (Son & Heir): 

3/3 @ Oddity Bar, Wilmington, DE w/ Hold Down The Ocean, Easy Creatures and Worth
3/4 @ Rex's, West Chester, PA w/ Hold Down The Ocean, Easy Creatures and Worth

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