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Bursting onto the Glasgow music scene in 2012 TheCalm Fiasco formed as a 3 piece in early 2012 they quickly established a uniquesound and that drummed-up a great following across Glasgow which saw them playto a large crowd at King Tuts in November 2012. 3 soon became 4 in October 2013as the band recruited their Guitar Tech Greg to come on board and play Leadguitar on the bands 'working class' anthems which has only helped augment thebands catchy sound.
"A punk ethos with 50s doo wop melodicpop sensibilities" as described by Chem19s very own Jamie Savage."The marriage of 50s and 60s pop with punk. The kind of messy, raw,energetic side of things fits in to the punk thing. Your chord changes andmelodies fits old school pop" he continues.
2013 saw the band write,record and gig up & down Scotland taking their Glasgow Pop with them. 2014 wasquite a significant year as they packed out King Tuts to headline the openingnight of Summer Nights as well as playing up and down Britain. The band alsoperformed live on STV twice and finished off a fantastic 2014 by supportingVigo Thieves at Glasgow O2 ABC.