The Crocodile Presents:
SONS OF THE EAST
w/ Diana DeMuth
$17 ADV / $20 DOS
8:30pm doors / 9:00pm show
Australian band Sons of the East are an under-the-radar success story, racking up millions of streams and selling out shows across Europe and Australia without ever straying from their independent roots. And like their musical heroes, they built that impressive following through their incredible and energetic live shows, paired with a serious handful of exceptional original songs.
So far the band has racked up more than 160 million streams on Spotify, 12 million streams on Apple Music and 40 million Youtube plays from around the world. They plan to use this budding global audience to launch the next stage of their career in 2022, as they head to Europe in July for a run of summer festivals, before an extensive international debut album tour from August onward.
“Thank God for Sons Of The East... unshakeable calm and smooth tempos... harmonies woven tighter than DNA strands... dare I call it ‘Australia-cana’?” - Sam Jackson, AU Review
“What we like about this band is their Australian twist and contemporary take on the more traditional Folk music style... But ultimately what really makes this band shine is their stage presence (they are a must see live)” - Vinyl Garden
Restless and ready to pave her own way, Diana DeMuth has burst onto the singer-songwriter scene with a breathtaking voice and arresting perspective about life, love and self-discovery. Her debut album “Misadventure” was released independently in 2020 to critical acclaim. Shortly after that she sang a featured duet with Lumineers frontman Wesley Schultz on his debut solo album “Vignettes” which reached #1 on Billboard Vinyl Charts. Most recently Diana sang backgrounds on the The Lumineers chart-topping album “Brightside”.
DeMuth, a proud LGBTQ daughter of the Massachusetts coast, brings her songs to life in powerful and cathartic live performances supporting the likes of The Lumineers, Mellisa Etheridge, Jade Bird, Amos Lee, The Felice Brothers, and Michael Franti.
“A euphoric must-listen.”
"Diana opened up for us on the last Lumineers Tour. Listen to her music - her voice will haunt you.”
—Wesley Schultz / The Lumineers