Sons of an Illustrious Father, Music, Tour, TotalNtertainment


“As a whole, it’s a furiously defiant record, at once pained and hopeful” — NME

Sons Of An Illustrious Father — comprised of Josh Aubin, Lilah Larson, and Ezra Miller — have released their first new song since last year.  Entitled “Sons Of An Illustrious Father,” the track was produced by Howard Bilerman (Leonard Cohen, Godspeed! You Black Emperor) and features string arrangements by The Dears’ Murray Lightburn. High Snobiety premiered the track.

In addition to the release of a new song, Sons have begun a massive worldwide tour, including shows opening for Priests in the U.S. this summer.  This tour follows a sold out European run in December 2018.

Sons Of An Illustrious Father’s most recent album, Deus Sex Machina:  Or, Moving Slowly Beyond Nikola Tesla, saw them garnering love from the likes of Entertainment Weekly, Billboard, NME, Nylon, Dazed, Vulture, Out Magazine, Flaunt, L’Officiel USA, Paper, Another Man, Clash, Under the Radar, Consequence of Sound, The Radical, Wonderland and The Village Voice in addition to being featured on NPR Music’s Austin 100 SXSW picks for 2018 and the WNYC More Perfect podcast’s collection “27: The Most Perfect Album” alongside Dolly Parton, Devendra Banhart, and more.  They were also the first band to ever perform and participate in the political podcast Lovett Or Leave It.