Canadian rockers The Glorious Sons kicked off their first headlining tour last night at Delmar Hall. Lead by growly vocalist Brett Emmons, the band was formed in 2011 and has been on a steady rise since. After joining massive rock acts like Greta Van Fleet and The Struts as support on their tours, it was about damn time The Glorious Sons was the last set of the night.
Delivering a high energy, yet intimate set, the band took the stage for a full 90 minutes driving the crowd wild from start to finish. With hits like “Mama” and “S.O.S”, the band traipsed about the stage, interacting with the crowd as much as each other. Their electric energy, gritty vocals, and brutally honest lyrics set the band apart and gives hope for rock music to come.
With an attending audience of all ages, the band has a unique ability to relate to their wide demographic of fans. Teens can find their sound angsty and rebellious, whereas fans of older ages can be transported back to the “no frills, just rock” times in their past life.