With a classic blues guitar, tight drum backbone and a singer full of grit with a thumping bass on her shoulder, the Sun House trio are shaping their beloved blues into a 21st Century genre, with great success. This youthful band bring soul and raw emotion to every stage they play. Taking inspiration from B.B. King, Muddy Waters and Howlin Wolf, they merge their roots sound with modern day rock music. Formed in a basement in 2017, they have played a great amount of festivals and gigs across the UK, feeling most at home in the dark and dingy Rock n’ Roll venues.’
Rosedale was recorded at Metropolis studios, London, thanks to an opportunity won through the band's university. Sun House partnered with Pledge Music to help make the EP possible through the help of loyal fans pledging on exclusive items from the bands store. This partnership has seen the EP be pre-ordered from across the globe, expanding the bands audience to a world wide scale. Tracks on the EP tell stories of old blues legends and heartbreak experienced by their female singer.
Marty's review: raw and energetic blues-rock is what Sun House dish out and they do it with a confidence and in-your-face attitude that will certainly make you sit up and take notice. Taking their cues from the old masters of the blues and injecting a bit of cranked-up power and sassy vocals, this EP is sure to leave your heart thumping and your ears buzzing.