We know, we know. Eight quid is a bit steep to have to pay to see us lot. But, every single penny raised will go towards buying Goldie a new veranda for the caravan. Go on. Paint your hand gold for our one true queen.
Next gig is at The Hug and Pint on the 21st of November. That’s right, yer uncle’s favourite dubstep trio are playing on Goldie Hawn’s birthday. Free entry to anyone with a golden haun, plated or painted.
And many thanks to Lee (radiomoths.com) for taking pictures of our likenesses.
We have been added to this bill in place of Fit To Work as we are a hot new band like the Libertines but on drugs.
Come down. It will be good. Or fun. Not unpleasant.
Despite the fractured elbows and being physically unable to do a few songs, the gig at the Old Hairdresser’s actually happened. Not only that, people came and clapped. With their hands. More than once. For that, we are grateful and would like to thank anyone who came along.
Both Closet Organ and Hog Wild also deserve huge thanks for, not only, having us on the bill, but for letting us use absolutely all their gear. The lack of fully functioning arms meant we’d have been utterly gubbed otherwise, and good people letting you borrow good gear is never to be sniffed at.
Finally, cheers to Lee (radiomoths.com) for taking this picture in the sweatiest room in Glasgow.
There’s a long and weird list of strange circumstances that lead to this happening on Monday. The cosmos is against us. We should hopefully be fine to play the gig at the end of August with Closet Organ (Friday the 30th / please come). No one has died yet.