So this will be the fourth and last – for a while at least – gig under the banner of The Tidal Wave of Indifference. We’ll probably get the bug again before too long, but after this one we plan to take a step back until well into 2013 at least. While these nights have been very successful, and an absolute blast, they’ve also taken a fair bit out of effort so it’s time to regroup.
So what about this one? Well, we’ll add more details including tickets soon enough, but you’ll agree the bill looks awesome, yes?
The Last Battle are working hard on their second album and have plenty of new tunes to add to an already impressive canon. Bigger and louder since their 2010 debut, they’re worthy headliners, I’m sure you’ll agree.
Plastic Animals are fast becoming one of Edinburgh’s best live bands and we’ve been looking to sign them and their woozy guitar melodies up for a while now.
Since relocating from London, Andy Thomson has pretty much created two incarnations of Fuzzystar, one picking up Edinburgh musicians, including members of eagleowl, the other based in the Big Smoke. Whichever band he brings we can expect a stunning set of pure indie pop.
Glasgow’s Honey are about to change their name so the bill will change shortly to reflect this. Atmospheric like A Storm in Heaven-era Verve, a simple name change ain’t gonna alter this and Edinburgh is in for a treat.