RACHEL SERMANNI'S FOLK-noir at the opening of the SUNSET SONS concert

On the occasion of the release of their self-produced debut album Very Rarely Say Diethe indie quartet of Sunset Sons comes to Italy for one date only, with Scottish folk-noir musician Rachel Sermanni opening: Tuesday 3 May 2016 at ARCI Biko in Milan. Tickets are available on the Ticketone and points of sale VivaticketAn ARCI membership card will be required to attend the concert, which can also be taken out on the evening at the venue.

Originally from Carrbridge, a village in the Scottish Highlands, at only 24 years of age Rachel Sermanni has already taken his music around Europe, Canada, Australia and even India. On stage in Milan he will present his second studio album Tied To The Moon, published last July, through which one can get a taste of the great creativity and profound poetry of the young Scottish artist.

I Sunset Sons are a band of British and Australian surfers based in the French town of Hossegor, famous among surfers for its waves. And it is still surfing that introduced the band members to each other, who began playing in pubs in nearby towns and in 2014 launched The Surfing EPwhich climbed the iTunes rock charts and attracted the interest of several labels. During 2015, the band opened European dates for the Imagine Dragons and participated in numerous festivals (Glastonbury, T In The Park e Isle Of Wightjust to name a few). Very Rarely Say Die is the band's debut full length, to be released on 1 April 2016, recorded with the collaboration of Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon), Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice) e James Lewis (Arctic Monkeys).



SUNSET SONS + Rachel Sermanni

Tuesday 3 May 2016

Milan, ARCI Biko - via Ettore Ponti, 40

Doors open h. 21.30 / Concert starts h. 22.00

Standing room only: € 10,00 + prev.

Admission only for ARCI card holders.


Tickets available on the circuit Ticketone and points of sale Vivaticket.