Gigs This Week

Dublin-born band, The Script will be giving Glasgow fans a double dose of live pleasure this week when they play 2 gigs at the venue, starting tomorrow (Thursday 19th February). The trio are out on the road in support of their fourth LP, “No Sound Without Silence”, which was released in September 2015.

Electro-hardcore band, Enter Shikari will be live in Glasgow this weekend when they play The Barrowland on Saturday 21st February 2015. The four-piece released their fourth studio album, “Mind Sweep” last month. Support comes from Allusondrugs, and homegrown talent, Fatherson.

Chicago’s Twin Peaks will also be in Glasgow this Saturday night; they play Glasgow’s Garage with support from Future Glue and Faiides. The band formed in 2009 and have since released two studio albums, the most recent being 2014’s “Wild Onion”.

Singer/songwriter, George Ezra is scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday 22nd February 2015. The singer, who is of Hungarian descent, shot to fame thanks to his hit single, “Budapest” and his debut album, “Wanted On Voyage” last June, and scored him a number one album here in the UK.

Rock duo, Royal Blood will be playing The Barrowland on Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd February 2015. The pair, who released their self-titled, debut album in August 2014. The band supported Arctic Monkeys last May on their Finsbury Park dates, and are scheduled to support Foo Fighters on tour later this year.

Just Announced

Indie band, Peace have announced plans to tour in late 2015. The band, who formed in 2009, released their debut album, “In Love” in March 2013. Their sophomore LP, “Happy People” was released earlier this month which has spawned singles, “Money” and “Lost On Me”. Peace will be Glasgow’s Arches on Saturday 26th September 2015.

California’s The Airborne Toxic Event have unveiled plans to come to Glasgow in April; the band will play The Garage on Saturday 18th April 2015. You’ll remember them for signature song, “Sometime Around Midnight” which scored them a Top 40 hit both here in the UK and US in 2008

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