THE Filthy Tongues are taking over Renfield Lane on Saturday 12th August with their own special festival all-dayer called Dark Places.
With live music kicking off on the day at 6.30pm across Stereo and the Old Haidressers and a DJ set from Man of Moon’s Chris Bainbridge seeing the night out till 1am, the event will feature the likes of Casual Worker, Martha May & The Mondays, Kilgour, Run Into The Night, Nanobots, The Head Henchmen and more to be announced.
Casual Worker & Kilgour are both label mates with The Filthy Tongues at LNFG. Casual Worker released an acclaimed EP, ‘Model Number’ in April 2023 and their live show has been creating quite a buzz around Glasgow since.
Kilgour is the child of Irish singer-songwriter Fionn Crossan. After originally creating a buzz with some self-releases they released EP ‘So Far’ via LNFG in November 2022, they’ve been building the live audience and getting airplay in the UK and Ireland.
Martha May & The Mondays have been turning heads in the live scene around Glasgow with storming sets at St Luke’s and at their EP launch in Hug & Pint. Brand new EP “Lovers & Fools” was licensed to Universal Music Group and there is another EP coming in August. Martha is proving herself to be an enigmatic performer and also a prolific writer – so catch her in action.
Run Into The Night are an indie garage rock duo from Glasgow. Since their first release they have been touring the UK opening for bands such as Deap Valley, Goodbye Mr MacKenzie and Twin Guns. They have had radio play from the likes of Steve Lamacq but performing live is where the band really come to life by delivering raw energetic shows whilst recreating the experimental sound captured on their records.
Elsewhere, Nanobots, featuring Jim Brady ex Rezillos and current Goodbye Mr Mackenzie Guitarist and Shona Marshall of the Space Kittens, channel the likes of Buzzcocks, Magazine, Hawkwind, DEVO, Bowie and more to create their own unique sound. The Head Henchmen are a surf-rock band who split their time between Scotland & Canada.
Closing the festival in style will be Chris Bainbridge of psychedelic rockers Man of Moon.
Don’t miss out – get your tickets here.