Sean Bones Plays CHICAGO At Beat Kitchen On 9.21

Premieres “Turn Them” Feat. Norah Jones On Stereogum

Releases Bodega Girls’ “Dancehall” Remix

RINGS Out NOW On Frenchkiss Records

CLICK HERE To Listen To “Turn Them” (Feat. Norah Jones) Premiere And Live Video On Stereogum

Click HERE For Bodega Girls’ “Dancehall” Remix

CLICK HERE To Stream RINGS At AOL’s Listening Party

“…tender, whimsical and subtly tripped-out folk-pop, topped off with ecstatic harmonies.” – Time Out New York

“Rings has the potential to be one of this summer’s pool-side party discs.” -Relix

“Bones slaps energy and devotion into dancehall chills, steel percussion, flutes, and a wide range of stylistic approaches found on his debut album Rings, the likes of which are rarely found in an up-and-coming artist.” -Eastern Surf

“Sean Bones is an exciting new band from New York that sounds like it’s coming direct from the streets of Trenchtown.” -IFC

“…Get transported into Sean Bones’s world; a place where reggae is not just reggae but glimmering with pop gloss…and pop is not simply pop, but a raw, driven source that makes the perfect soundtrack to a New York summer.” -Baeble Music

“…What he’s made is the perfect summer soundtrack. Some songs are playful pop while others have more of a rock edge, but always with a reggae beat so infectious that you can’t help moving to the music.” -LA2DAY

“…coaxing an imaginary island breeze” -Earfarm

“…we’ve been loving the infusion of white boys doing indie-reggae. The first two singles, “Easy Street” and “Sugar In My Spoon” were brilliant, and new track, “Dancehall” continues the rub-a-dub sound.” -Future Sounds

“Sean Bones puts on the best live show to be seen in years.” (Band Of The Week)

“…is like a little golden nugget.” -URB

Recorded by Jon Spencer knob-minder, Jay Braun, RINGS runs the gamut from sturdy rocksteady grooves to sly Spector-esque pop; Afrobeat bounce to reggaeton, disco, and so much more. And of course, there’s the Norah Jones connection. Sullivan spent last summer in Jamaica shooting a film opposite the Grammy award winner. Wah Do Dem – patois for “What They Do” – is set to premiere this June at the LA Film Festival, and served as he launching pad for a musical relationship between Sullivan and Jones, who contributes to RINGS’ gorgeous album-closer “Turn Them.” Tour dates, tracklist and more info below.

Upcoming Shows:

Sept 12 – The Brillobox – Pittsburgh, PA*

Sept 14 – The Pilot Light – Knoxville, TN*

Sept 15 – Local 506 – Chapel Hill, NC*

Sept 16 – Tasty World – Athens, GA*

Sept 18 – Drunken Unicorn – Atlanta, GA

Sept 19 – The End – Nashville, TN

Sept 21 – Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL

Sept 22 – The Pike Room –

Sept 24 – The Basement – Columbus, OH

Oct 1 – O’Brien’s Pub- Allston, Mass

* with AA Bondy

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