We’d like to share with you a video of our song “The Life and Times”, created by our good friend Matthijs van der Ven of Onder Invloed / The Influences. It features footage of our show with string section and the The GSA Choir which took place on Friday May 6th 2016 at St Luke’s, Glasgow. That night felt like the live culmination of the ‘Come to the Fabulon’ era and a natural end point. It has been a bit of a journey for us since then but we now know the title of the next chapter.
‘The Dark Carnival’, our second album and soundtrack to a major theatre show by Vanishing Point, will be released on Thursday 21st February 2019 on the opening night of the show at Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre at Tramway. To get there we would like to ask for your help. As the Beach Boys sang “You need a mess of help to stand alone”.
Very soon we will be launching a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds towards the release of ‘The Dark Carnival’. As far as I am aware, there are no fairy godmothers anymore, maybe there never were, so we’re going to throw our own fancy dress ball, and everyone’s invited.
We hope you enjoy the video and thank you to everyone who has supported us so far.
The Dark Carnival is the latest cross art-form collaboration for acclaimed theatre company, Vanishing Point. Teaming up with the band, A New International, they have created “pop opera” featuring live music performance. The Dark Carnival tells the story – through anarchic song, raucous rhyme and visual imagery – of the dead beneath the earth who, upon dying, discover that death… Read more →
Ladies and gentlemen, some exciting news has come in. “A Night at the Theatre” has been granted an encore, and this time we’ll get to tread the boards for real as Vanishing Point and ourselves perform the show at Glasgow’s much loved Citizens Theatre on Thursday 8th March. Tickets are a tenner at the link below. Bring your friends.… Read more →
Hello Folks, the Celtic Connections gig at the Glad Café is now sold out. Thank you to everyone who has bought tickets. You can still see “A Night at the Theatre” at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh on Monday February 5th. Click here for tickets……….. Read more →
We come out of hibernation with a new collection of songs to be debuted at the Glad Café, Glasgow as part of the Celtic Connections festival. You can find more information and tickets here – http://www.celticconnections.com/events/Pages/event.aspx?ev=bbbca40f-359c-46d4-9860-a80800e4de2d Read more →
Ladies and Gentlemen, This month, for one month only, we shall emerge, blinking, from the hideout to play two gigs in Edinburgh, raising funds for Water Aid and Lake of Stars. Thanks to Tina and Gary for inviting us to support these causes. Tuesday 21st sees Caroline and Biff doing an acoustic set, alongside Roseanne Reid, Tina Avery and The Deadly Winters – for Water Aid.… Read more →
We have a bit of a backlog of new songs to catch up with (or, if you prefer, learn how to play) so full band shows may be a bit scarce for the next wee while. Meantime, come to the bonny Glad Café this Sunday or, even better, all weekend, for the Pop South weekender. We’ll be on at 8.45pm… Read more →
We’re delighted to have been invited to play a very special house concert in Edinburgh on Tuesday 13th December with our new friends Various Moons. The location is a bit of a local secret, so if you’d like to come, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you more information about the show and let you know how to… Read more →
Ladies and Gentlemen, Advance sales for tonight’s show have now closed – tickets will be available on the door. Please come early if you want a seat. Doors 8pm, show starts at 8.30. Let’s have a rare old time x Read more →
Hi Folks, we have a few half-price tickets available for Saturday’s Tenement Trail. Please get in touch at email@example.com if you’d like one (a tenner). We’ll be playing the ABC2 around 7.30/45 pm. One night, many bands – http://clashfinder.com/s/tenementtrail2016/ Read more →