The Glorious Sons – Mercy Mercy (Official Video)

The first single from The Glorious Sons’ forthcoming album “Glory”, out this Fall.
The Glorious Sons – Mercy Mercy (Official Video)

The Glorious Sons are back with a new single titled “Mercy Mercy” and an upcoming album entitled “Glory” set to release this fall. Here are some key highlights of their latest release.

“Mercy Mercy” is a departure from the band’s usual sound, featuring a more experimental and edgier sound. Singer Brett Emmons acknowledges that this is a risk, but believes that it’s important to keep challenging themselves and their fans to stay relevant and fresh. The song features gritty guitar riffs and Emmons’ signature raspy vocals, creating a sound that is both raw and polished.

The official music video for “Mercy Merc” is simple almost relaxing you feel like you the back of the pick truck with Brett. The video’s aesthetic is reminiscent of 70 classic rock video simple letting the music shine.

For those of you just discovering the Glorious Sons they are a Canadian rock band known for their high-energy performances and catchy songs. The band’s sound is pretty rock n roll, white a hint of back water blue grass or blues, creating a unique sound that is all their own. The band is made up of five members: lead vocalist Brett Emmons, guitarist Jay Emmons, bassist Chris Koster, drummer Adam Paquette, and keyboardist Josh Hewson. The Glorious Sons have been making waves in the music industry since their debut album “The Union” in 2014, and have since released several hit singles and albums.

Overall, The Glorious Sons’ “Mercy Mercy” is a must-listen for anyone looking for a fresh take on rock music. The band’s willingness to take risks and experiment with their sound is a testament to their commitment to staying relevant and fresh in the ever-changing music industry. The official music video is a visual feast that perfectly complements the song’s message, making it a must-watch for fans of rock music. With an upcoming album release and plenty of tour dates, The Glorious Sons are poised to continue their string of hits on both sides of the border.

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