Pleasure House Stream ‘Father’s Son’ Ahead of ‘Sentient’ EP Release

Pleasure House Stream ‘Father’s Son’ Ahead of ‘Sentient’ EP Release

Pleasure House Stream ‘Father’s Son’

Sentient EP out Friday (26th May) – private stream below

Photo credit: Tom Nicholls

Pleasure House – Father’s Son

Birmingham four-piece Pleasure House have revealed latest cut ‘Father’s Son’, taken from their Sentient EP out this Friday (26th May).

Part of a new wave of acts currently reinvigorating the city’s music scene, the Midlands quartet incorporate elements of Peace and Swim Deap in their sound to create their own unique offering. With the mesmerising ‘Father’s Son’ providing a collection of scintilating riffs and infectious vocals, the band are primed for their live dates across the country, following on from support slots with the likes of Sundara Karma, Black Honey and Fickle Friends.
Discussing the release, frontman Alex Heffernan stated: “This is a really emotionally driven and brutally honest account of one of the most significant events to happen in my life to date. It tells the story of 14 year old me, struggling with demons that I’ve since been lucky enough to shake, toiling with the idea of identity and coping with life changing events that have shaped me as a man today. Like all of the songs though, they are concluded with positivity. I believe that there can always be a silver lining if you choose to take that road, and something that seemed so dark for such a long time became a catalyst for hope and love and friendship way more powerful that it had ever been before.”

Produced by Bruce Rintoul (Twin Atlantic, Fatherson, Vukovi), Pleasure House’s Sentient EP is out Friday.


Live Dates (message for press passes)

24 May – Esquires, Bedford

25 May – Marrs Bar, Worcester

26 May – The Garibaldi Hotel, Northampton

27 May – Verve Bar, Leeds

01 June – The Garage, London

02 June – Jimmy’s NQ, Manchester

03 June – The Rocking Chair, Sheffield

10 June – The Shed, Leicester

13 June – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

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Pleasure House Stream ‘Father’s Son’ Ahead of ‘Sentient’ EP Release