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Tijuana Bibles Support Indigo Velvet / High Priority / The N/a on Fri 4th October 2013
Some bands tap you on the shoulder, while others grab you by the throat. With their gritty guitars, driving bass lines, baritone vocals and rock-steady drums, Glasgow’s Tijuana Bibles very much belong to the latter camp.
Since finalising the bands line-up in late 2012, Tony Costello (vocals/guitar), Behn Cross (bass), James Brannigan (guitar) and Mikey Dornan (drums) have come bouncing out of the traps with their debut EP ‘Wild River’ which was released to critical acclaim in April 2013.
The band marked the occasion by playing a sold out showcase to The Glasgow Art School, just weeks after performing to a sold out King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.
With rave reviews from both local and national press the band are also regularly featured on National and International radio, with The Wild River EP being described as
“A dynamic and driven motor-city sound, drenched in dark romance.”
Legendary Radio Clyde DJ Billy Sloan recently hailed the bands first release as
“The Best Thing I have heard in many a long day.”
After recording and co-producing The Wild River EP with Thomas McNiece (Gang of Four/ Kassidy) the neo-psychedelic four piece have gathered a wealth of fans whilst touring their material in venues such as The Arches as well as appearing at various Scottish Music festivals. They have become notorious for their chaotic live shows in which they encourage their fans to join them on stage.
Support on the night comes from:
High Priority - www.facebook.com/highpriority.band
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Music Genres: Indie, Rock
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