CHON Announce New Album

Chon

Taking influence from jazz prog rock, and classical music, CHON are an alternative rock band quite unlike anything else, from San Diego, California. The band’s debut album Grow will be released in the UK / Europe via Sumerian records on the 25 September, and is a beautiful melodic journey showcasing a sound that is very unique to them. Check out the new single ‘Can’t Wait’, which has already had in excess of 350k views on youtube below!

In the past seven years, CHON have gone from playing local shows in their hometown of San Diego to a spot on the Billboard 200 and tours with Animals As Leaders and Circa Survive. On their debut full-length Grow, CHON incorporate prog rock and jazz with lightning quick picking, dynamic drumming and buoyant melodies, creating a sound that’s fresh, exciting and wholly their own.

They released their first EP, Newborn Sun in 2013 and followed it up in 2014 with the Woohoo! EP, The record that put CHON on the map. Much like the title of their debut album suggests, CHON have evolved greatly since forming in 2008. There’s no telling where they will go next,musically, but with the UK and Europe firmly in their sites, more people are sure to be listening.

CHON tour the UK this month with The Fall Of Troy including dates at Hevy and Arctangent festivals, check them out on one of the following dates:

Aug-14 Hevy Festival, Hythe, United Kingdom
Aug-16 02 Academy, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Aug-17 02 Academy, Newcastle, Australia
Aug-18 Studio 21, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Aug-19 Electric Ballroom, London, United Kingdom
Aug-20 Gorilla, Manchester, United Kingdom
Aug-21 ArcTanGent Festival, Compton Martin, United Kingdom
Aug-22 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Aug-23 Dynamo, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Aug-24 UNDERGROUND, Cologne, Germany
Aug-25 Logo, Hamburg, Germany
Aug-26 Magnet Club, Berlin, Germany

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Soundscape's editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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