WHO? Clydebank’s four-piece, The Fences consists of Brendan Bean on guitar, Gabriel Kielty on guitar & vocals, Aiden Rowan on the drums & vocals and David Daily on the bass
GENRE? Scottish Rock n Roll with a hint of modern Punk
FOR FANS OF: Pleasure Heads, The Libertines and Declan Welsh & The Decadent West
THE MUSIC FILES FAVOURITE TRACK: Got Off
WHY ARE WE DIGGIN THEM? They write songs about real issues that people growing up in Scotland can relate to, the lyrics to their music are genius!
THE MUSIC FILES FAVOURITE LYRICS: ‘It’s time to go, I think it’s time to leave, fucking hell – there’s whitey up my sleeve … Hello Clydebank Private Hire.’ (Taxi Rank, March 1st 2019)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: The release of their latest single, ‘This is Living’ which got airplay on Amazing Radio by Jim Gellatly, getting over 11.6k streams on Spotify for 2019 and the release of their EP, ‘Viddy Well Little Brother’ in March 2019.
GIG HIGHLIGHTS: a King Tuts Headline during the 2019 Summer Nights festival, a performance at 2019’s Tenement Trail, playing at The Wee G Festival, selling out The Lucky Break in Clydebank, supporting Kyle Falconer at the opening of the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe and of course supporting Mark Sharp and the Bicycle Thieves at a sold out St Luke’s Glasgow!
WHAT’S NEXT: The Fences are supporting The Clause at This Feeling’s gig in Nice n Sleazy’s, Glasgow on 21st February and supporting Dundee band, The Ruvellas on 20th March also at Nice n Sleazy’s. I’m sure it won’t be long until the band release yet another banger…
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Event Link for The Fences’ next gig at Nice N Sleazys…