Tenement Trail takes place this Saturday (8th of October) across nine various venues in Glasgow. With a total of over 50 bands playing it’s shaping up to be a monumentally amazing event. I thought I would give my top picks of new bands that I’ll be making an effort to see on the day as well as obviously including some of the little gems that are my faves.
Indie-grunge four-piece Tijuana Bibles take the stage in O2 ABC at 8PM on Saturday. Hailing from Glasgow, the band are no strangers to putting on killer sets with appearances at the likes of Belladrum Festival, Isle Of Wight, T in the Park and a recent sold out show at King Tuts, they will be providing fans with all the grunge vibes that they’ll be in need of. With rhythmic melodies, dreamy-like raw husky vocals and psychedelic vibes that will get you swaying your hips. I am definitely excited to see what they have in-store on Saturday so make sure you get down and catch their set, you’ll be missing out otherwise.
The Vegan Leather
Next up on the list of bands you must see is Paisley four-piece The Vegan Leather. This band are pure pop pleasure, their dreamy 80’s vibes electric music let’s you get lost in it’s retro pop goodness. Their up-beat, dancey tracks will have you up on your feet in no time, with killer synth melodies, jangly guitar riffs and hazy vocals. There is nothing that you cannot love about this band so get along and catch them at The Priory at 10.15PM.
The Ninth Wave
Glasgow based four-piece The Ninth Wave will take the stage in Broadcast at 6PM. Their dark electronic pop is sure to make you a fan of them in no time. Their punky vibes, heavy yet hazy guitar riffs and raw powerful vocals leave you wanting more at the end of every song. Each single has a mysterious underlying element that draws you in. They have a definite unique and quirky sound that sets them miles apart from others. An unmatchable talent that you need to see.
Shvllows have had an insane hype surrounding them for a while now and rightly so, the electronic-pop four piece from Edinburgh take the stage at The Priory at 5.15PM and are sure to prove just why you need to love them. Their 80’s pop bliss sound is sure to have you dancing away consciously or not, their songs are up-beat and feelgood and have all the positive vibes that you need to get you through. With lively synthy melodies, powerful, easy-going vocals and an all round summery, positive feeling to their tracks you definitely need to get along and see these guy’s.
Lastly we have new fresh-faced talent coming from Clackmannanshire four-piece Vida who make their appearance in Broadcast at 2PM. With an ever-growing fan base and their career taking off UK wide, they make a perfect addition at this years Tenement Trail. With a psychedelic sound, jangly guitar riffs and mellow yet powerful vocals you are sure to love them so get along and catch their set.
Make sure you get down and catch…
The Van T’s
Miracle Glass Company
To name but a few ❤
Thanks for reading guys