Sons Of A Tradesman Debuts New Single, ‘The Bandit’

Courtesy: TLG Entertainment Group

Independent rock band Sons of a Tradesman debuted its new single last week.

The fledgling band debuted its new single ‘The Bandit‘ April 21. The song’s musical arrangement is an intriguing mix of southern rock and nu-metal that makes it worth at least one listen for that reason alone.  One could argue that the comparison could be made to works from Kid Rock in this composition.

The song’s lyrical theme comes across as a statement about making the most of life.  That is inferred early in the song’s lead verse as front man Andrew Alonso makes note of needing to “leave real soon” and needing to “put this life in my rearview mirror.”  He goes on in the song’s third verse about the success gained by putting that life in the past and moving on.

That inferred message connects with a statement that Alonso made to audiences about the band’s growth during a recent interview.

“We have been to hell and back more than once, and all we can say is this:  Stay hungry.  Stay humble.  Stay focused, and never stop making music,” he said.  “Thank you to every single person — good, bad, or indifferent — that has helped get us to this point.  We could not have done it without you.  Cheers to endless years of rock and roll.”

More information on Sons of a Tradesman’s new single is available online along with all of the band’s latest news through the band’s official Facebook page.

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