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To celebrate the release of the brand new singles from Mt. Doubt and Foreignfox on a split 7" vinyl on Scottish Fiction Records, both bands are co-headlining Nice 'N' Sleazy's on Saturday 8th April.
Hailed as a distinctive new voice in Scottish music by BBC Radio Scotland's Roddy Hart, with last year's album 'In Awe of Nothing' appearing on several end of year 'best albums' lists, Edinburgh band Mt. Doubt are hitting 2017 fresh with new material. Single 'Tourists' comes from the bands forthcoming EP, and cements the band's dark-pop sound and Leo Bargery's writing craft.
Over the past few year's Foreignfox have built up their reputation as one of Scotland's most promising acts, acknowledged this year with a nod from Vic Galloway as 'One to Watch' in 2017. 'Lights Off, Carry Me Home' is a warm and ambitious single from the band, building on their penchant for loud melodic anthems. The track is taken from the forthcoming new EP, which will be out later this year.
And capping off an excellent evening off music is Skjør who have also been hailed as one to watch in 2017. Mixing post-punk with pop melodies the band sound great live.
Mt. Doubt - soundcloud.com/mtdoubt
Foreignfox - soundcloud.com/foreignfox
Skjør - soundcloud.com/weareskjor
Please note - no physical tickets. Purchasers name will be on a door call list on the evening. Please keep your email receipt as proof of purchase.
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