Gigs This Week
New Order are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Thursday (19th November 2015) as part of their current UK Tour. The band, who formed in 1980, are out in support of their 10th LP, “Music Complete” which dropped in September of this year; the album is their first without bassist, Peter “Hooky” Hook and features Iggy Pop, Elly “La Roux” Jackson and The Killers’ Brandon Flowers.
Nebraska’s very own, Jack & Jack are at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Thursday (19th November 2015). The rap duo, Jack Johnson and Jack Gillinsky, are best known for their track, “Wild Life” and released their debut EP, “Calibraska” in July 2014.
Glasgow’s 02 ABC play host to punk duo, Slaves on Thursday (19th November 2015). The pair, Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman, released their debut offering, “Are You Satisfied?” in June of this year.
Hometown heroes, Prides will be delighting Glaswegian fans this weekend with TWO very special shows at King Tut’s on Friday (20th) and O2 ABC on Saturday (21st November 2015). The band, who formed in Glasgow in 2013 and released their debut LP, “The Way Back Up” in May 2015. Support comes from Fatherson.
American alt-rockers, Mercury Rev are at The Art School in Glasgow on Friday (20th November 2015). The band, who formed in Buffalo, New York in 1989, are out in support of, “The Light In You”, their ninth LP which dropped in October of this year.
Maximo Park are at Glasgow’s Barrowland on Friday (20th November 2015) for a very special show celebrating the 10th Anniversary of their debut LP, “A Certain Trigger”. The band, from Newcastle, have gone on to release five studio LPs, the most recent being 2014’s “Too Much Information”.
Wishaw-born band, Vigo Thieves are at The Art School in Glasgow on Saturday (21st November 2015). The band, who formed in 2010, have supported The Fratellis, The Wombats, Billy Idol and The Courteneers. The band have released two EPs to date; 2012’s “Heart & Soul Pt I” and 2013’s “Heart & Soul Pt 2”. Support comes from Nieves.
Shock rocker, Marilyn Manson is at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday (22nd November 2015). Manson, aka Brian Warner, is out in support of his ninth studio album, “The Pale Emperor”, which dropped in January 2015 and features the singles, “The Devil Beneath My Feet”, “Cupid Carries A Gun” and “Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge”.
The SSE Hydro play host to old-school electro-dance outfit, The Prodigy on Monday (23rd November 2015). The band, who are best known for their smash-hit single, “Firestarter”, released in 1996, are out in support of their sixth LP, “The Day Is My Enemy” which dropped in March of this year.
Singer/songwriter, Paul Weller is at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Tuesday (24th November 2015). The Modfather first found fame with The Jam and The Style Council before releasing his self-titled, debut solo LP in 1992. Weller is out in support of his latest solo LP, “Saturns Pattern”, released in May 2015. Support comes from Young Fathers.
Alt-metal band, Bring Me The Horizon are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Tuesday (24th November 2015). The band, from Yorkshire, formed in 2003 and have released five LPs to date, the most recent being, “That’s The Spirit” which dropped in September of this year.
Ohio-born band, Walk The Moon are at Glasgow’s Queen Margaret Union (QMU) on Tuesday (24th November 2015). The band, who formed in 2008, are best known for their radio-friendly hit, “Shut Up & Dance”; taken from their latest LP, “Talking Is Hard”, which was released in December 2014.
Japanese, metal-core band, Crossfaith have announced plans to return to The UK in March 2016, including a date at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on the 28th. The band’s latest LP, “Xeno” is available now.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 20th November 2015 @ 10am
Singer/songwriter James Morrison has unveiled plans to play Glasgow’s O2 Academy on 4th March 2016. Morrison released his fourth LP, “Higher Than Here” in October of this year.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 20th November 2015 @ 9.30am