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New Music Friday! - Gigs in Scotland Spotify Playlist

New Music Friday! - Gigs in Scotland Spotify Playlist


It’s our favourite time of the week… New Music Friday! Head over to our Spotify channel and check out our New Music Friday playlist to hear the latest releases from our Gigs in Scotland touring artists

Irish post punk group The Altered Hours share the hypnotising accompanying visual for latest single ‘Radiant Wound’. Giving nods to psychedelic rock, no-wave & grunge, this latest offering is peppered with rage and rebellion. The band bring their capitvating live show as support for Fontaines D.C. throughout October. Both Barrowland shows are sold out with limited tickets remaining for the Corn Exchange. Tickets available here

London based alternative band Delaire The Liar have released their brooding new single 'Halloween' released on their new home Rude Records. Speaking on the new single the band said "The song itself is about exhausted options, desperation and sacrifice. What would you give if you’re at the end of your rope? What cost is too high to regain something you’ve lost? How far can grief push you to spend your own life in place of someone else’s. And whether you ever really valued your life at all." Delaire The Liar will be supporting VUKOVI on their upcoming tour this October including a stop at Saint Luke's on 28th. Get your tickets here

MOY today share the brand new single ‘IDFR’, written and produced by the band themselves. Supported by grooving punk-funk rhythms inspired by electronica, ‘IDFR’ contrasts the escalating tension of its verses with the liberating release of its explosive hook. Meanwhile, the relatively lo-fi production is nonetheless full of intricacies, with chiming, spiralling guitar, layers of acoustics and energising backing vocals adding to its off-kilter yet familiar vibe. The song’s strongest asset is the band’s New Zealand-born, Glasgow-based frontman MOY, whose personality rich voice, enigmatic lyricism and mysterious air makes him a star in waiting

Sprints have just shared new single 'How Does The Story Go?' out now via Nice Swan Records. The single follows the Manifesto EP, released in March, to critical acclaim.The Dublin band have a knack for writing unwaveringly catchy, progressive and socially astute songs - 'How Does The Story Go?' once again showcasing vocalist Karla Chubb's humour, vulnerability and candid honesty. The post-punk four-piece play Sneaky Pete's on 26th October followed by a show at The Garage (Attic Bar) the next night on 27th October. Tickets here