Gigs This Week
Brighton-born, indie rockers, High Tyde are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut tonight (Thursday 14th April 2016). The band, who formed in 2012, are fast becoming known for their summery sound and have drawn favourable comparisons to The 1975 and Bombay Bicycle Club. Support comes from Clay and Olympus.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut plays host to The Carnabys on Friday (15th April 2016). The five piece band, who have supported Blondie on tour, are out in support of their second studio effort, “Where I’d Rather Be” which came out last year. Support comes from Hello Future.
Colorado folk-rockers, The Lumineers are at Glasgow’s Barrowland on Friday (15th April 2016). The band, who formed in 2002 and are best known for signature song, “Hey Ho”, are out in support of their second studio effort, “Cleopatra” which dropped earlier this month.
Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to Canadian singer/songwriter, Basia Bulat on Friday (15th April 2016). Bulat is known for playing an autoharp and is out in support of her latest LP, “Good Advice”, which came out in February of this year, and is her fourth studio album overall.
Eliza And The Bear are at Glasgow’s Garage on Saturday (16th April 2016) as part of their current UK Tour. The band are out in support of their self-titled, debut LP which dropped earlier this month. Support comes from Patersani.
Glastonbury-born band Reef are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Saturday (16th April 2016). The band, who originally formed in 1993, and have released four studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2000’s “Getaway”. Support comes from emerging talent, Hidden Charms.
Glasgow’s Stereo play host to Chicago-born, garage rockers, Twin Peaks on Saturday (16th April 2016). The band, who formed in 2009, and are out in support of their third LP, “Down In Heaven”. Support comes from Ace City Racers and Thee MVPs.
The mighty Muse play an SSE Hydro double header on Sunday (17th) and Monday (18th April 2016). The Devon-born trio, led by frontman, Matt Bellamy, are out in support of their latest LP, “Drones” which dropped in June 2015; the album is the seventh from the band since their 1999 debut, “Showbiz”.
X Factor winner, Ben Haenow is at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (17th April 2016). Haenow, beat hot favourite, Fleur East to The X Factor crown in 2014; he has since released his self-titled, debut LP, which includes a duet with original “American Idol”, Kelly Clarkson.
LA heavy metal band, Butcher Babies play Glasgow’s Cathouse on Monday (18th April 2016). The band, who formed in 2010, are fronted by Heidi Shepherd and Carla Harvey, are out in support of their second studio album, “Take It Like A Man”, which dropped in.
Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have joined Glasgow’s Summer Sessions as the second headliner this August at Bellahouston Park. Gallagher will play on Friday 26th August 2016, ahead of Biffy Clyro the following night.
Tickets go on-sale on Friday 15th April @ 9am