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Teviot Row House, 13 Bristo Sq, EH8 9AJ Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Glaswegian based four-piece The Van T's play Teviot Underground. On the back of a support slot with Wolf Alice in Dundee and The Jesus And Mary Chain in Glasgow, The Van T's continue their assault on the music industry. Drawing you in through their now trademark surf-rock, feedback-laden guitar segments, accented beautifully by glorious harmonies and killer choruses, The Van T's continue to illustrate why they are considered to be the most exciting young band in Scotland.
Premiere’s with the likes of Huw Stephens BBC Radio 1 Introducing show, Noisey, Consequence of Sound, Clash Magazine and Dork were followed by support slots with Yuck and Rat Boy as well as appearances at T in the Park, where they headlined the BBC Introducing Stage, Electric Fields, Wide Days and Stag and Dagger Glasgow.
“...music that deserves to be played at ear-threatening decibels to as many people as possible.” — Noisey
“...sounding big, drenched in feedback...”- Huw Stephens (BBC Introducing / Radio 1)
The The Motion Poets are a young four-piece indie-grunge band who live together in Edinburgh. The Motion Poets’ debut single “One Too Many” was released on the 5th of May 2017 and received praise from The Scotsman, Amazing Radio, Metro and The Scottish Sun. The music video was released shortly after and premiered by The Skinny.
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