Future World Moves plus Why Not ? on Friday 23rd November 2018
Future World Moves will be coming to The Dreadnought Bathgate after a 27 year absence, for one spectacular nights performance. This is not a night that you will want to miss.
Future World Moves Future World Moves were an Eighties post New Wave guitar band born in Livingston, Scotland in 1981. Lead guitarist Gerry McCart had been working in various high school project bands with the drummer, Alex’ Tigger’ McTaggart and Lead vocalist Brendan Ryan for a couple of years before meeting up with Rhythm Guitarist, Phil Paterson and Bassist Bob Taylor. The first demo recorded at Frontline studios in 1982 begins with a song called Future Moves, an effervescent flag waver with a utopian dream which hollered through the lyrics, supported with big bright overdriven guitars. It was where the name Future World Moves was derived from and its underlying message shaped the outlook of the entire musical & lyrical endeavour over the next 6 years. Future World Moves delivered a rock pop guitar sound weaving textures of chorused Stratocasters with sharp shocks of strained SG’s and all the time lyrics that longed for change. The album ‘Voice of Autumn’ took its name from an earlier eponymous song, and was a slice of the bands repertoire to date. Recorded again at Frontline studios and released in the autumn of 1988 meeting regard from Radio DJ’s in Glasgow and Berlin. https://youtu.be/91cSVFNTkdU https://youtu.be/S0LS9ShKEq0
Supported by Why Not ?
Approx Stage Times 8.30-11pm
Rock Club action after the live session wraps up and rocks thro til 3am.
Music Genres: 80s, Rock
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