Scots’ trio, The Fratellis are the latest act to sign up to The Sunday Mail’s 7 Nights Sessions gigs at Glasgow’s King Tut’s in aid of Sunday Mail Centenary Fund.

Following in the footsteps of Embrace, Glasvegas and Paolo Nutini, The Fratellis will play King Tut’s on Wednesday30th April 2014. The band have enjoyed enormous success since their triumphant return with third studio album, “We Need Medicine” in September last year; their first album in 6 years.

Glasvegas kicked off this years 7 Nights Sessions back in February with a packed gig in King Tut’s where they played tribute to The Beatles and hailed it as “one of the best shows we’ve ever played”. Embrace kept the momentum going with their first gig in 8 years and Paisley-boy, Paolo Nutini is also set to take part this year when he plays an already sold-out gig on Friday 28th March.

The Sunday Mail launched their Centenary Fund in 2012 to mark their 100th birthday and the fund helps over 17 different charities in a variety of ways including  protecting vulnerable children and providing residential care for our brave veterans

Tickets for The Fratellis 7 Nights Sessions gig are scheduled to go onsale at 9am on Thursday 13th March 2014.

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