Beginning this evening is King Tut’s famous Summer Nights. Over the course of 14 nights, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut’s plays hosts to some of Scotland best up and coming artists. But these are the nights you simply cannot miss!
FRIDAY 14TH JULY
HEADLINE: Declan Welsh and The Decadent West
SUPPORT: SAHARA, Five Cousins and Lost In Vancouver
VENUE: DJ: Everything Brighter
Bring their politically influenced, boisterous music to the King Tuts stage is Declan Welsh and the Decadent West. An energetic riff filled gig with eye opening lyrics they put on one of the most intriguing live shows Scotland has to offer. Joined by the infectious Lost In Vancouver and Five Cousins, both armed with their memorable music and of course by the Indie band from Dundee forever causing a stir, SAHARA. Tickets are still avaliable here.
TUESDAY 18TH JULY
HEADLINE: False Friends
SUPPORT: Adam Ross Greene, Chris Grieg and Oceancode
VENUE DJ: Club Decode
Headlining the King Tuts stage is False Friends. Their rock music with a folk feel certainly goes down well. With a little acoustic hint to their sound, their songs encourage a sway. Many will find False Friends enjoyable. The band are joined by recently formed Edinburgh band Oceancode and by the sweet acoustic tones of Chris Grieg and Adam Ross Greene. And of course, we will be djing in between sets! Tickets are still available here.
Friday 21st July
HEADLINE: Ava Love
SUPPORT: Other Humans, Victoria’s Flight and Walt Disco
VENUE DJ: EmuBands
AFTERSHOW: Indigo Velvet (DJ set)
Bringing their adventurous riff performance to King Tuts is Ava Love. Having recently released their new addictive single Chophouse, it’s exciting to see what is yet to come from this band. No better place to showcase the future than a live set. Joined by Glasgow’s own Other Humans and Victoria’s Flight. Also by the compelling new act Walt Disco, a name which is now becoming increasingly known amongst the Glasgow music scene so why not go see why. Tickets are still available here.
FRIDAY 28th July
HEADLINE: Model Aeroplanes
SUPPORT: Vistas and Fauves
VENUE DJ: The Lafontaines
AFTERSHOW: We Should Hang Out More
Dundee indie pop band Model Aeroplanes are back and headlining King Tuts. Having been quiet for sometime, the four piece are making their way back. With the recent release of their single Lover, we have a little taste of whats to come. Known for their almost tropical and contagious sound, their good music never fails. Joined by two bands that have been turning heads, Vistas and Fauves. Both on the rise so why not go find out why? Tickets are still available here.
Lauren Patterson @ Club Decode 2017