Sunday, 21 October 2012


We were delighted to feature in Jim Gellatly's New Music column in The Sun the other week.  It was great exposure for us not only in the national press, but also on the airwaves. Jim was good enough to play 'Sometimes' on his In Demand show on Tay FM, Forth FM and Northsound Radio.

We also made a fan in the shape of Reverend and the Makers, who heard us on Jim's show whilst they were being interviewed.  If you missed The Sun that day, here's the press clipping for you:

We are well under way with the new EP 'When Traditions No Longer Answer Our Questions', which should hopefully be finished by mid-November.  The record shall feature (in no certain order): 'Windows of our Times Collide', 'Everywhere is Here, 'A Little Precarious'. 'Light is Rising' and an acoustic version of 'Keep On'.  As with 'Tomorrow Belongs to a World Apart', we're working with Chris Kay from Cancel The Astronauts and recording it at his studio in Markinch.

It's great to see Kingdom Cuts up and running again, people like Kev Quinn and Jim are important to unsigned bands and they do a great job, so tune into the show! You can find it here at its new home, which is: and Kev also contributes a music column on Fife bands here: (ironically this one features us).

On the gig front we're busy as always.  We played a new live music night at Glasgow's Buff Club on Friday there and are a late edition to the bill for Oxjam at Electric Circus in Edinburgh this Thursday.  Cancel The Astronauts and Matt Norris and the Moon are also on that rather stellar looking line up and it's for a good cause!

Our gig schedule upto December is as follows:


* Oxjam, Electric Circus, EDINBURGH, 25th October*
* Greenside, LESLIE, 16th November*
* Kingdom Cuts, Live Sessions, 18th November*
* Kinross Music Festival, KINROSS, 23rd November*
* PJ Molloys with Strawerry Ocean Sea, 24th November*
* Flat 0/1, GLASGOW, 1st December*

Hopefully we'll have an EP launch in there and maybe a new video too! We hope to see you all at a show soon! 



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