The Sound of Reason

The Sound of Reason


MTV MIDDLE EAST ARTIST OF THE MONTH JUNE 2007. Revolutionary fusion pop with a message. It's the way the industry is going to go... it's the next big thing. We have seen hints of it with consious driven songs by bands such as Pink and Greenday but nobody has done it full time... until now.


New era. New message. New sound. In less than a year since releasing their first full length album Francis and Ku aka The Sound of Reason are quickly building up a worldwide movement with their harsh and opinionated brand of fusion music. From working with top international artists to being featured as MTV’s artist of the month The Sound of Reason are independently gaining the attention of fans across the world with one goal in mind… change the direction of the mainstream. By setting their own trends The Sound of Reason have gone from their basement studio in Montreal to top 10 on international radio all in under a year. They refuse to follow the dulled down industry standards of songs about clubs, money and bling. Instead they tackle tough issues such as faith, politics and the state of the world in general. They are The Sound of Reason, a name which reflects a meaning in music at a time where musical reason is nowhere to be heard. Their fearless attitude, infectious personalities and all out showmanship have quickly made them one of the fastest growing movements to hit the world’s underground music scene in years. Join the movement. Spread the word to everyone you can. The revolution will not be televised… if you want change let the world know. TheSoundofReason.

“Talk to them for five minutes and you see why
their following is so intense. Not your average
music, not your average artists.”
Muna Ismail
MTV news

“Big things start underground, they are going to be
Mohammed Chishti
Director of Marketing,
Motorola Middle East

“If any group is going to change the direction of
music I’m convinced it will be ‘TheSoundofReason”
Nick Davis
BBC news


"TheSoundofReason" LP
- Rise (Top 10 on national radio in the middle east)
- Shoulder to lean on

Set List

No covers... Set is usually 55 mins long (we can go longer). We also have an acoustic set which is very low key consisting of one-two guitarists... nice and intimate. We do covers sometimes... depending on the mood.