Wrest plus support - Jim Wilson & Pete Smith on Saturday 4th February 2023
Ticket Update 1/2/23
All available tickets have now sold out so waiting list and re:sell is now active. Anyone with spare tickets please use re:sell facility via your Skiddle account. Anyone still looking to come please join waiting list.
Wrest are a hotly-tipped Scottish indie rock band, making music from Edinburgh's Old Town.
The sound combines soaring guitars with layered lyrics and heartfelt melodies, reminiscent of bands like Frightened Rabbit, The National, Idlewild, Snow Patrol and We Were Promised Jetpacks.
The debut album Coward of Us All ('Best Scottish Album 2019') saw wrest reach an international audience, with sold out shows across the UK and Germany on the debut Coward of Us All tour.
Don’t miss this must-go gig from one of Scotland’s most exciting emerging live acts.
The Wrest End All The Days Album Tour comes to the Dreadnought in Bathgate.
'Fans of Frightened Rabbit and The National will love Edinburgh's wrest' Jim Gellatly
'Scotland's best new band' Border Telegraph
'Best Scottish Album 2019' Scots Whay Hae /Postcards from the Underground
'Scotland's most exciting emerging live act' BBC Radio Shetland
“An emotional adventure you have to experience” Independent Music News
'Album of the Week' BBC Radio Rapal
'Ones to Watch 2020' Independent Music News
Advance tickets available and would suggest you purchase to guarantee your spot, support the band and venue.
Approx stage times 7.50/8pm for SUPPORT - JIM WILSON & PETE SMITH
STAGE TIMES :
7.50/8.00-8.30 Pete Smith
8.45-9.15 Jim Wilson
Live event wraps up 11pm latest to allow those with trains to catch to shoot BUT All ticket holders are welcome at no extra cost to stay on after the show to 3am if they wish to chat to band/buy merch or dance on till later.
Music Genres: Indie, Rock
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