The multi-talented 6 piece who are fresh from playing the Aberdeen legof the T in the Park roadshow are ready to return to Glasgow and King Tut’s inJuly.
Their spontaneous and improvisational style has already been witnessedat two sold out gigs at King Tut’s over thewinter sees them play Tuesday 23rd July 2013 at the legendary venue in the hotly anticipated Summer Nights series.
July will see some exciting festival plans for Sienna who continue toamass fans around the UK and storm their live sets. The strong bluesy andsultry vocals from Stella Reilly, continuous powerful harmonies and energeticsongwriting from the band along with Danny McAtear’s captivating lead vocalsand guitar, make them this summer’s must seenew band. New track ‘Little Rich Boy’ is stand out along with the foot stomper ‘Betteroff dead’ which reveals the talent of McAtear and Reilly’s fused harmonies, andthis multi instrumental skills and talent of this band of under twenties.
Formedin Kinross, Scotland in early 2012, Sienna are Danny McAtear, Ross Mathieson,Andrew Clarke, Benjamin Watt, Calum Anderson and Stella Reilly.
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Check out standout tracks ‘Little Rich Boy’ and ‘Believe’ - toptunes that showcase the superb vocal talents of frontman Danny McAtear, offsetperfectly by the sultry, bluesy harmonies of Stella Reilly. As fresh asanything out there. THIS FEELING,COLOSSAL CLUB NIGHT & MAGAZINE
Thegroup went down so well, that they flogged a load of EPs. And then they wentout on a busking session. Chris Sweeney, The Scottish Sun
ThisLove of Mine is an incredible and powerful as anything you’ll hear from thelikes of Adele or Emeli Sande…songs better off dead and drop in the ocean are apop-pickin’ cross between Mumford and Sons and Deacon Blue, Oh Woman is alanguid ballad in the style of Rattle & Hum era U2 that sends shivers downyour spine as Velvet Underground’s Pale Blue Eyes. A must-listen to in 2013,Sienna have made it to Music’s Forumla One. RICK FULTON,DAILY RECORD