The second video from our set at Stereo for Last Night from Glasgow is
FILL YOUR HEADS WITH STATIC. Filmed by Martin Windebank and Mark McGhee.
This song features on our 'MONEY CAN BE EXCHANGED FOR GOODS AND SERVICES' EP, available from the LNfG store.
Our set at Stereo (Glasgow) for the Last Night from Glasgow Bigger Birthday Bash was filmed by the mighty Martin Windebank and Mark McGhee. The first video from this session is a performance of our song BLUE FLOWERS. It was inspired by Philip K Dick's 'A Scanner Darkly'.
We have THINGS YOU CAN BUY if you would like to support us, our music, and our non-profit innovative label.
1. Southern Reach
2. Fills Your Heads With Static
3. Brother Mars
4. Brother Mars (New Lands Remix)
A physical CD EP of our pre-LNfG songs which will not be appearing on our album.
A CD compilation of artists on LNfG, including TeenCanteen, Annie Booth, Stephen Solo, and Zoe Bestel. Our debut single, Suneaters, is also included, as is the Sun Rose remix of our track Space Junk and our remix of their track Minima.
3. So It Goes (demo)
Our debut single on LNfG, which includes two beautiful B-sides about comets and living outside time.
The Last Night From Glasgow Bigger Birthday Bash was incredible! Thank you so much to LNfG for having us, to Stephen Solo, Sun Roseand bis for being phenomenal, and to everyone who came for being so lovely.
Photos by the wonderful BW Music Photography.
L-space has been i n t h e p r e s s.
We're delighted to say that we're EmuBand's Artist of the Week in The Scotsman/Scotsman On Sunday! You can read the article here.
We also got a lovely mention in The Skinny this week ("Extraordinary noise-poppers") during an interview with our wonderful label Last Night from Glasgow. You can read it all here.
The fine folks at Crash Merch wrote a beautiful review of our show at Sneaky Pete's with Beta Waves and Pocket Knife.
"Aesthetically and sonically they exude a distinct yet ageless sci-fi aura; a stranglehold on their governing epoch is impossible to discern — the 1980s by way of the 2180s"
You can read the whole article here.
Don't forget you can see us at Stereo in Glasgow on the 31st of March for the LNfG Bigger Birthday Bash with the mighty Bis.
Photo: James Ewan
We had a great time at Sneaky Pete's on Sunday - a big thanks for Last Night From Glasgow for putting it on and to Pocket Knife and BETA WAVES for supporting. Our next show is LNFG’s Bigger Birthday Bashat Stereo Cafe Bar with bis, Sun Rose and Stephen Solo on 31.03.18. We hear it's almost sold out - get your tickets quick!
Photos: Jakub Kurek Obrocki (http://jkophoto.com)
It has been a busy few weeks! We're delighted that SUNEATERS is now out in the world and receiving lovely reviews. You can buy it, along with two beautiful B-sides about comets and living outside time, on Amazon and iTunes.
"A truly enchanting piece of work"
- Louder Than War
"a band who seem incapable of making anything other than magical music – a place where classic electronic pop meets the future"
- Scots Whay Hae!
"...a majestic, intriguing and atmospheric song. The sort of thing you can imagine slotting straight into the soundtrack of a high budget sci-fi flick with all of the soundscapes to match."
- KMM Reviews
We're also very happy to have two physical releases as well! You can get Money Can Be Exchanged for Goods and Services, an EP of our pre-Last Night from Glasgow songs, from the label website. We've also been included on the ABC of LNfG - a sampler of all the bands on the label (who are all brilliant), plus the Sun Rose vs L-space remixes. You can buy that here. Below is a video for Southern Reach, the opening track on MCBEFGAS.
We're also playing some exciting shows over the next few weeks! For tickets and information just click the links below. You can also get a ticket to the SUNEATERS single launch at Sneaky Pete's and a copy of the MCBEFGAS EP for just £10.
11.03.18 (noon) - Lake of Stars Glasgow, Art School
11.03.18 (7pm) - SUNEATERS single launch, Sneaky Pete's with Pocket Knife and Beta Waves
31.03.18 - LNfG's Bigger Birthday Bash with Bis, Sun Rose and Stephen Solo
28.04.18 - Snuffledown Festival, Larbert
We're over the moon to announce we're playing the Lake of Stars Glasgow event at the Art School in Glasgow! It's going to be an amazing day for a fantastic cause. We'll be playing at noon before heading over to Edinburgh for our SUNEATERS single launch.
We're absolutely delighted to announce our FIRST EVER PHYSICAL RELEASE!
You can buy Money Can Be Exchanged for Goods and Services on the Last Night from Glasgow shop. You can buy the CD for £6 or with a ticket to the SUNEATERS single launch at Sneaky Pete's on the 11th of March for £10.
It's an EP of our pre-LNfG songs that will not be appearing on our upcoming album.
1. SOUTHERN REACH
This is a noisy, dense, synth-driven instrumental inspired by Jeff Vandermeer's trilogy of the same name. Imagine strange biologies creeping over a still marsh to the sound of crushing synths and crashing beats. We often play this as the opener to our live shows.
2. FILL YOUR HEADS WITH STATIC
A firm live favourite, FYHWS is about a cyborg girl entering a small Scottish village to incite a revolution. Retro-futuristic synths build over a complex beat to a dramatic climax.
3. BROTHER MARS
This was the first song we recorded at Homegrown Studios in Larbert. It's a gentle, ethereal song that imagines what the first song written by Mars settlers might sound like. Subtle synths and acoustic guitar propel Lily's ethereal, harmonised vocals.
4. BROTHER MARS (NEW LANDS REMIX)
A mad synthy remix of Brother Mars. A bitcrushed beat mingles with arpeggiated synths and Lily's slightly mangled vocals to provide a new take on what Martian music might sound like.
This is a noisy, cinematic instrumental about fake news, propaganda, and the creeping rise of all things unpleasant. A thudding beat constitutes the spine of the song while layer upon layer of vintage vocal samples and heavily distorted synths build to a noisy, wall of noise climax.
We're delighted that the video for SUNEATERS is being premiered on Louder Than War accompanied by a beautiful review by Stephen Watt!
Click here to watch the video and get your tickets for the single launch at Sneaky Pete's on 11th March here.