"Tendrils" by Sons Of An Illustrious Father
BTR Live Studio | ep505 | Apr 29, 2016
Sons Of An Illustrious Father is the Brooklyn-based trio of Osh Aubin, Lilah Larson, and Ezra Miller. The band has a strong, family-like connection and often swaps instruments during their set, trading off lead duties on different songs. There’s something special to their “future folk” and we could totally feel it in the studio as they came by to share this version of “Tendrils.”

Sons Of An Illustrious Father’s new album, Revol, is available now.

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