“Imagine if Passion Pit met Justice and had a baby. Meanwhile, Daft Punk and Foster The People met and they had a baby. Then, by some miracle, those two babies met and reproduced...The Electric Sons would be the fruit of those loins. The Electric Sons absolutely killed their set… I was blown away by the amount of energy and passion these guys brought to the table.”

- Samper, This Song Slaps (Voodoo Fest 2013 Review)

The Electric Sons (ELS), Atlanta-based Indie-Alt band, formed in 2011 when vocalist/guitarist Andrew Miller 
left his job as an illustrator for the FX series, “Archer,”
 to team up with Benjamin Richards, an advertising graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design. ELS 
has successfully released two EP’s - 2012’s self-titled 
EP and 2014’s ‘Chromaesthesia’ - each self-written, 
and produced. Both projects have earned rave reviews from music blogs and publications such as Indie
 Shuffle, The Kollection, Good Music All Day, This 
Song Slaps, and many more. Fan-favorite single
“ Breathing Electricity” has been used for national ad
 campaigns, including TJ Maxx’s Fall 2013 campaign
 and Red Bull’s current “Wings for Every Taste”

The Electric Sons embarked on their first tour in
2013, joining the line-up at festivals like, Hangout Fest, Party In the
 Park, Voodoo Fest, Florida Music Festival (sharing the stage with acts 
like Ellie Goulding, Passion Pit, Capital Cities, Pearl Jam, and many more). ELS is currently in the studio, working on their next release while touring.

“This "two-headed music machine" might just be the first big electronic phenomenon to emerge from the South. Let's wait and see.”

- Bronte Martin, Indie Shuffle

The Electric Sons   Atlanta, United States

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    Breathing Electricity

    The Electric Sons on October 03, 2012 20:23
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    The Electric Sons on January 13, 2014 17:21
  • Chromaesthesia E.P. 5 tracks, 19.23 The Electric Sons on January 17, 2014 00:44

    1. 1. Islands 3.54 19570 plays
    2. 2. Places 3.52 27578 plays
    3. 3. Revolutionist 4.22 7773 plays
    4. 4. Eclipses 3.38 4932 plays
    5. 5. Breathing Electricity 3.35 54734 plays 118.0 BPM
  • The Electric Sons E.P. 5 tracks, 18.08 The Electric Sons on April 18, 2012 20:15

    1. 1. Break Away 4.00 8771 plays 120.0 BPM
    2. 2. Run Run Run 4.08 5199 plays 106.0 BPM
    3. 3. Daydreamer 3.13 3942 plays 120.0 BPM
    4. 4. Kyoto 3.45 54670 plays 137.0 BPM
    5. 5. Swing 3.01 823 plays
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    Keep Young & Carry On

    The Electric Sons on March 04, 2013 15:59

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