Sons Of The East are an indie-folk band from the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia. Band mates Dan Wallage, Nic Johnston and Jack Rollins have seen their international popularity soar in 2017. The world has discovered Sons Of The Wast with over 30 million Spotify Streams – 880,000 monthly listeners and over 7 million You Tube views. Their sound is a motley acoustic-electric mix driven by soulful vocals and an infectious spirit that has a become Sons Of The East trademark.
„What we like about this band is their Australian twist and contemporary take on the more traditional folk music style…But ultimately what really makes this band shine is their stage presence. [they are a must see live]“ Vinyl Garden
„Incredible timeless songs that will be sung by festival crowds the world over“ – Arwen Curson UMP
Ocie Elliott is musicalduo Jon Middleton and Sierra Lundy from Victoria, B.C., Canada.The two met playing music at a festival on the small, wind-swept Salt Spring Island, where their love of music and the chemistry of their voices fostered an instant connection. Jon and Sierra’s voices meld beautifully in a cascade of sound, described by one reviewer as “…the aural equivalent of indigo painted skies and the first summer stars.“Their unique blend of contemporary and indie folk music is influenced by artists such as Simon and Garfunkel, Angus and Julia Stone, and Gillian Welch and bornof the natural landscape of Canada’s wild west coast. In late October 2017, they released their first EP to the world, recorded in the woods of Vancouver Island, and immediately attracted an international following. Since then, they’ve opened for the likes of Mason Jennings, Joshua Hyslop and Current Swell, and plan to release another EP this Fall.