The Glorious Sons will be kicking off their international tour with a sold-out show at the K-Rock Centre this Saturday, February 24th. With performances in 30 cities lined up until the end of June, the local show will serve as an extra special send off, thanks in part to the opening act, Kingston’s-own Kasador. The tour is in support of The Glorious Sons’ sophomore studio effort, Young Beauties and Fools, which has already earned the group a Juno nod for best rock album of the year; they were previously nominated for a Juno back in 2015.
With the stars seeming to align for another deserving group of talented Kingston musicians (Brett and Jay Emmons, Chris Huot, Chris Koster and Adam Paquette), we wanted to mark the kickoff of their international tour, and get you even more pumped about Saturday’s concert by featuring their latest music video for Everything Is Alright. Directed by Colin G. Cooper, the video is simple yet messy, and ripe with symbolism that will almost certainly get you thinking.