The band harness a range of supernatural powers, including intensely emotive guitar and alto sax lines and textures, technical drumming that’s all feel and subtlety, and a telekinetic connection which allows them to flow between perfect sync and wild improvisation, just when you least expect it. Unreal. A band taking influence from a number of seminal math rock and post-rock bands, and pursuing a creative pathway all their own.
In support are Glasgow’s Yolo Manolo, a band blending elements of indie pop with shoegaze dynamics and meandering, hypnotic bass grooves. The band have played just a handful of shows around their home city, with their debut EP garnering a reputation for bittersweet melodies and instrumentation leaning on the best of 90s US indie subculture.
Completing the lineup is Niamh Baker, a relative newcomer both to the Stirlingshire music community and gigging in general. A sweet voice obscured behind brash electric guitar and a burning energy, her songs are soaked in melancholy and guarded aggression.
Jail Wynd, Stirling, FK8 1DE
+44 (0)1786 27 4000
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00-18:00