Gigs This Week
Baltimore-based pop punks, All Time Low are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Tuesday (28th March 2017) with support from SWMRS. All Time Low recently released new single, “Last Young Renegade”, the title track from their forthcoming LP due for release in June, which will also feature single, “Dirty Laundry”.
Folk duo, Bear’s Den will be at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Wednesday (29th March 2017). 2016 saw the pair release their second LP, “Red Earth & Pouring Rain” which spawned the singles, “Emeralds”, “Dew On The Vine” and “Berlin”.
Edinburgh’s Liquid Rooms play host to Mallory Knox on Wednesday (29th March 2017). The show follows the release of their third studio effort, “Wired”, which dropped earlier this month. The band have built up a strong following thanks to their strong festival presence and consistent touring.
Hailing from Sweden, Ghost will be rocking out at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Wednesday (29th March 2017) in their first shows since their new line-up was unveiled. The band are known for maintaining mystery, dressing up as ghouls and hiding their real identities, a la Slipknot. Last year, Ghost released EP, “Square Hammer”.
American R’n’B/Pop sensation, Ne-Yo is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom on Thursday (30th March 2017) alongside Sonna Rele. Ne-Yo is best known for his smash hit singles, “So Sick”, “Closer” and “Beautiful Monster”.
Ska-soaked The Selecter are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (31st March 2017) accompanied by The Beat. The headliners have a large line-up of racially diverse members whose sound has been politically-driven since their formation in the late 70s. The band’s latest LP release was “Subculture”.
Dutch jazz singer, Caro Emerald is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Friday (31st March 2017). Emerald has released two LPs in her career; her 2010 debut, “Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor” and “The Shocking Miss Emerald” which dropped in May 2013.
Post-punk duo, Desperate Journalist are at Nice ‘N’ Sleazy’s on Friday (31st March 2017). The pair, who formed in 2012, are out in support of their second studio effort, “Grow Up” which was released this month.
Indie band, Blossoms are claiming centre-stage at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Saturday (1st April 2017) with support from Cabbage and Rory Wynne. Despite only forming a few years ago, the band have made a huge impact on the music scene and already playing impressive venues across the country. Their self-title studio album dropped last year and includes, “Charlemange”, “At Most A Kiss” and radio favourite, “Honey Sweet”.
Oran Mor plays host to Irish singer/songwriter, Gavin James on Sunday (2nd April 2017). James released his debut LP, “Bitter Pill” in March 2016; it includes the singles, “Nervous”, “For You” and “The Book Of Love”.
Comeback king, Craig David is at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Monday (3rd April 2017) with support from Big Narstie. David released his sixth sudio LP, “Following My Intuition” which was released in September of last year; his first album to reach UK number one album since his 2000 debut, “Born To Do It”.