While his 2015 album symbolizes a “‘futurist talking drum,’” this EP exemplifies nostalgic, yearning guitar chords, Little’s most recent  EP invisible is purposeful and poetic in nature.

LA-born, Philadelphia-raised Son Little continues to shine since we last spoke to him. Since his 2015 self-titled album, which was full of “harmonizing, layered voices next to crisp hi-hats and looped synths,” Little released an album, EP, and singles that tie meaningful prose back to his beginnings as the son of a preacher. 

Son Little stops at the Sinclair on Monday, November 25th. With a 2019 tour spanning across the US and Europe, he has  transitioned from a four-piece band to a solo act. This performance will be a personal, acoustic experience unlike any of his past tours. Check out the music video for “Suffer,” a single where he deals out smooth, natural blues talent:

Enter the giveaway below by Thursday, November 21st at 10PM for a chance to win a pair of tickets to his show: 

 

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