The Road To The Great Escape - Sunday Ticket

Sun May 10 2020

1:00 PM

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

272A St Vincent Street Glasgow G2 5RL

Ages 18+

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Sun 10th May – Line Up
ABBIE OZARD
BAMILY
LIZZIE REID
NOISY
OSCAR LANG
PEOPLE CLUB
PVA
SOMEBODY’S CHILD
STRANGE BONES
WALT DISCO
 
 

DF Concerts presents:
The Road To The Great Escape - Sunday Ticket

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Abbie Ozard

    Abbie Ozard

    Indie Pop

  • Bamily

    Bamily

    Dream Pop

  • Lizzie Reid

    Lizzie Reid

    Folk Rock

  • NOISY

    NOISY

    Alternative

  • Oscar Lang

    Oscar Lang

    Indie Pop

    Having already worked on a string of acclaimed releases from friends and fellow up and comers including labelmate Beabadoobee and Norway’s talented Girl In Red, Oscar Lang is carving out a reputation as the songwriter and producer pushing bedroom pop to exciting new heights: a budding Brian Wilson for Gen Z.
  • People Club

    People Club

    Alternative Rock

  • Somebody's Child

    Somebody's Child

    Indie Pop

    With a mere two released singles to his name, Irish singer-songwriter Somebody’s Child is turning heads and catching ears the world over, garnering accurate comparisons to some of the biggest names in rock. Not afraid to address his personal aperture, Somebody’s Child has used his platform to address the grip of the taboo on mental health in society. He recently spoke with Hot Press, touching on his anxiety-driven part-anonymity, and finding solace in songwriting with the goal of inspiring others to work towards a brighter future if they relate.

    Releasing July 25th, Distance sees the elusive newcomer embark on his latest adventure; grounded in his indie-rock roots, his stadium-sized sound envelops you from the very first drum hit. His distinctive vocal timbre, combined with his relatably honest and pensive songwriting, Somebody’s Child is soon to rise to the very top of the pile.

  • Strange Bones

    Strange Bones

    Alternative Rock

    Strange Bones come from Blackpool, and Blackpool is Strange Bones. A town in Lancashire but a town not ‘part’ of Lancashire. This is a town of total political autonomy, fiercely independent of mind, body and spirit. Not ‘part’ of anything except itself. Strange Bones could come from nowhere else.

    Like the town they hail from Strange Bones have seen a lot in their short history. Brought up with punk rock by a father who not only lived and breathed the world of punk, but filmed the whole thing too. John and Karen Bentham realised in the 80’s that somebody better capture all these bands coming through the North West, so set out with his cine camera to do just that. Filming everybody from the UK Subs to GBH, Black Flag to Throbbing Gristle, they filmed them all.

    When their boys came along they spent nights educating these wide-eyed kids to the magic of rock music played loud, fast but above all for a purpose. Do what you want boys, but do it because you believe in it. While you were watching Blue Peter, Strange Bones were watching Black Flag live from Leeds.

    With this education and a belief in their talent, in their early teens they formed a punk-band and played nearly 1000 shows together around the world: Japan, US, Australia, Italy, Spain, Germany – played them all. Toured with Rancid, did a Maida Vale session and a Big Weekend for Radio 1. Had a Zane Lowe Hottest Record and won XFM Awards.

    Then they stopped.

    In 2014, now still only in their early 20’s, Bob, Jack and Will Bentham teamed up with lifelong friend Stuart Newburn and formed Strange Bones. Just mates, playing punk rock music together in this most independent of British towns.

    Then they started again.

    First came ‘Sick of it All’ (SOIA) a powerful slab of Blackpool Rock, followed by the anthem 'God Save The Teen’, which have both had continuous plays and heavy support by Annie Mac, Dan P Carter, Phil Taggart, and Abbie McCarthy on BBC Radio 1, as well as Julie Adenuga on Beats1, Alex Baker on Kerrang Radio, and Ian Camfield on XS Radio.

    The band decamped to LA for two weeks and recorded with Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters at their Studio 606 - using the SoundCity Neve desk, the desk that Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, Fleetwood Mac Rumours, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, Cheap Trick and Guns and Roses all recorded on. Dan Lancaster (Blink 182, Bring Me The Horizon, Lower Than Atlantis) then mixed all the tracks.

    Strange Bones are a four piece from Blackpool. Bobby Bentham, vocals and guitar. Will Bentham, bass guitar and vocals, Jack Bentham guitar and vocals, and Stuart 'Spud' Newburn, drums and vocals.

    They are putting loud music out again, it’s worth listening to because it has a purpose. With a sold out 'Jack Daniels' residency in Blackpool and festivals appearances at Download UK and France, Live at Leeds, The Great Escape, and Reading And Leeds.

    Their mum and dad are proud of them.

  • Walt Disco

    Walt Disco

    New Wave

DF Concerts presents:

The Road To The Great Escape - Sunday Ticket

Sun May 10 2020 1:00 PM

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut Glasgow
The Road To The Great Escape - Sunday Ticket
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 18+

18+, Photo ID Required

Sun 10th May – Line Up
ABBIE OZARD
BAMILY
LIZZIE REID
NOISY
OSCAR LANG
PEOPLE CLUB
PVA
SOMEBODY’S CHILD
STRANGE BONES
WALT DISCO