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The Katuns on Sunday 2nd April 2023
The Katuns will play a full band show in Scotland's capital at the famous Sneaky Pete's this April.
NOTE: Children aged 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets. The venue reserves the right to breathalyse anyone under the age of 18. Refusal or failure of the test will result in entry being denied.
ABOUT: Since their formation during the 2020 pandemic, West Lothian band, The Katuns, have accumulated a high accolade of attention, surprising listeners with their catchy riffs and high-energy choruses.
Their songs have already received features from the likes of Phoebe I-H on BBC Introducing Scotland, as well as previous playlist additions on Spotify’s New Music Friday UK, Fresh Finds Rock and Fresh Finds UK & IE playlists.
Taking to the stage, the four-piece have supported artists Vistas and Dylan John Thomas at renowned venues across Scotland, including the famous Barrowland Ballroom. Before officially forming, the band also played a support slot for the popular Wigan indie band, The Lathums, in February 2020. They have also made a sold-out headliner at Sneaky Pete’s and a packed show at The Mash House, both venues residing in Edinburgh.
The Katuns have also started to make their name at UK festivals, bagging a slot on the This Feeling stage at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2021 as well as an evening slot at Glasgow’s Tenement Trail Festival in 2022.
The Katuns have recently released their new single Disguise which they have brought to the stage since their live debut, it takes influence from early indie rock bands such as Arctic Monkeys and Nirvana.
Music Genres:Alternative, Indie, Indie Pop, Rock
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