Produced in 2005 in Charlottesville, Virginia by brothers Sam Wilson, Adam Wilson, and Abe Wilson, along with friends Seth Green (bass) and Todd Wellons (drums), Sons of Costs (the three Wilson boys’ father was Costs Wilson, a musician and professor emeritus of philosophical theology and Southern literature on the School of Virginia, thus the name of the group) created a graceful and effective mixture of literate, R.E.M. and Wilco-like Americana folk-rock. A debut record, A LONG WAY OFF from Independence, was separately released in 2006, accompanied by the Jim Scott-produced One City Away in ’09 2009. The critically acclaimed Sirens found its way to 2012, with an EP, The Gears, turning up two years afterwards in the springtime of 2014. The Ken Coomer-produced Like and Logic premiered in nov that same season.