The Cheap Thrills. on Saturday 18th April 2020
Timeless Music Promotions Presents The Cheap Thrills plus support at 13th Note Glasgow on Saturday 18th April.
The Cheap Thrills are a garage/psych pop band from Liverpool. Renowned for producing sonic pop songs with catchy hooks and melodies crafted and then recorded in the centre of Liverpool. Self-proclaimed Scouse vocals meet jumpy bass lines, space guitars and synths and enormous drums. Recent singles 'Codependence' & Sentimentality' were played by John Kennedy & Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 & Radio X and featured on Spotify's 'Hot New Bands and Indie List', as of 2019 the band have surpassed half a million Spotify streams. Seeing the band live is also an imperative, with even The Guardian noting that “they're a blast live.” After seeing one of their gigs you will probably agree.
“High octane garage infused indie rock. They’re that good.”- ROUGH TRADE
“Taking cues from garage rock of the sixties as well as the revival in the noughties you can tell why these guys are renowned for their frenetic live shows.” – Fred Perry Subculture
Tipped as one of 2020’s ones to watch Neon Seas join the bill! Neon Seas are an alt-pop band formed in Glasgow, at the beginning of 2018. Dancing between different musical themes inspired by genres such as synthpop, shoegaze, electronica and post punk, the band aims to bring something unique to the table. Twisting hook-laden pop progressions and ethereal vocals with attitude and punch and turning them into something else entirely. Performing in venues like King Tut's Wah Wah Hut and working with producer Stephen Watkins and creating something truly different. Neon Seas have been backed by the likes of The Sun’s Jim Gellatly and made ‘Single of The Week’ by Janice Forsyth on BBC Scotland.
Hailing from Falkirk GHØSTWRITER create alternative indie that dares to be different. Their unique brand of hook driven art inspired pop is coloured by synthesisers, male/ female vocal harmony and cacophonous guitar playing. The band have performed all around Scotland from Aberdeen to Glasgow's famous King Tut Wah Wah Hut. Their energetic and heartfelt live shows have been compared to Foals, Arcade Fire and Low.
Allan Purvis is one of Scotland’s best up and coming solo acts, hailing from the west of Scotland he is quickly making waves within the local music scene. Following the release of his debut single ‘Runaways’ he has quickly developed a loyal fanbase. If his live sets are anything to go by, you’ll be sure to see this name popping about more often!
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Pop, Rock, Rock & Roll
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