Saul Touring In Support Of New EP, ‘Aeons’

March 7, 2019 by: admin

By Philip Sayblack

Courtesy: O'Donnell Media Group

Independent hard rock band Saul hit the road last week in support of its new EP.

The band launched the tour on Friday in support of its EP Aeons, which is available now.  The EP was mixed by Chris Dawson (Seasons After).  The tour’s next stop is March 9 in Whichita, KS.

When the band hits the stage, audiences will get to hear the EP’s lead single, ‘Brother.’  The band debuted the song’s video on Jan. 25.  The video presents the band — Balke Bedsaul (vocals), Zach Bedsaul (guitars, vocals), William McIlravy (bass,vocals) and Joe Nichols (drums) —  performing its melodic hard rock song in what looks like a basement setting, surrounded by plenty of lighting as the cameras get shots from various angles.

Blake Bedsaul offered a brief explanation of the song’s lyrical concept is a recent interview.

“Lyrically, this song defines what I should have said to my brother in his last moments,” Bedsaul said.  “This song cuts deep for me, and it’s a constant reminder the life is fleeting.  Tell the people in your life that you love them.”

‘Brother’ can be downloaded here.  Aeons can be purchased here.

More information on Saul’s new single, video, EP and tour is available online now at:





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