PRESS

They are talented multi-instrumentalists, wielding guitars, accordion, banjo, mandolin, and drums with obvious mastery and passion. Pair that with achingly gorgeous harmonies that brilliantly underscore clever and often intense lyrics, and the result is nothing less than breathtaking.

—Melanie Parker-Levi, The Ruckus

Sons of an Illustrious Father are extremely good at what they do.  They possess the pure, innate elements of artistry that convey clearly the raw extension and manifestation of what’s naturally contained within themselves, awaiting expression.

 —Jeff Vincent, Dirty Hippie Radio

Like an unresponsive corpse suddenly reaching up for your throat, One Body packs all the panic of modern living into one, beautifully recorded LP to define a DIY generation...Sons of an Illustrious Father present the most thoughtful album of the year.

Dingus

We're saying it now: Sons of an Illustrious Father should be everyone's favorite band.

—Fiel Estrella and Eunice Alindada, Elision


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"Brass Balls and Gumption," Elision, Fiel Estrella and Eunice Alindada

"Your New Favorite Band: Sons of an Illustrious Father," The Ruckus, Melanie Parker-Levi

"The Art of Making a Record (Inside the recording of Sons of an Illustrious Fathers' We Are Dead and Reborn)," The Ruckus, Melanie Parker-Levi

"Exlusive: Sons of an Illustrious Father – Mr. Nobody," The Ruckus, Melanie Parker-Levi

"One Body (Best New Music)," Dingus

"Sons of an Illustrious Father," Diry Hippie Radio, Jeff Vincent

"First/Last – Sons of an Illustrious Father," HughShows, Hugh Twyman

"Music Review: We Are Dead And Reborn EP," Music Defined, Josh Terzino

"Music Review: One Body," Music Defined, Josh Terzino

"Sons of an Illustrious Father at the Vault," Artvoice

"Sons of an Illustrious Father," Gypsy Death and You

"New Music Challenge Day 10: Sons of an Illustrious Father – We Are Born and We Die," Luke Harrison

"Play For Me By Candlelight," I Could Go On and On