Andy APA

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  1. Glasgow three piece Paws visit The Lemon Tree this June to give us a taste of their explosive live show. Their third album No Grace was seen as their opportunity to go big with their songs reaching wild heights and we're sure they won't disappoint this June! Support comes from Wendell Borton. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit The Lemon Tree or HMT box offices.
  2. Adem has announced details of his first solo album of original material for nine years, seconds are acorns, released October 16th on his own Label Oneiric via Caroline. Founding member of pioneering post-rock band Fridge alongside Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden and one half of Silver Columns with Johnny Lynch aka The Pictish Trail, Adem has released three previous solo albums; Homesongs (2004), Love And Other Planets (2006), and 2008’s alternative covers album Takes. All warm songs and occasionally unsettling sonics, seconds are acorns is resonant with Adem’s biggest, boldest melodies to date. Plus support from Jo Mango. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office.
  3. Celebrating 20 years since their formation, Glasgow trio bis release a double cd collection featuring music from the last two decades including brand new songs and previously unreleased live tracks and visit The Lemon Tree as part of their promotional tour. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office.
  4. Following the disbandment of The Delgados in 2005, the band Emma co-founded with her three fellow Chemikal Underground starter-uppers (Paul Savage, Alun Woodward, Stewart Henderson), Emma released her solo debut ‘Watch The Fireworks’ on 4AD. Returning to Chemikal for her next solo outing ‘The Law of Large Numbers‘ in 2010, Emma picked up more plaudits and acclaim for her unique brand of lavishly lyrical songwriting. Then? Well, stints developing the Fruit Tree Foundation alongside Idlewild’s Rod Jones and playing a central role in The Burns Unit (who performed on Later…With Jools Holland) proved more than a little diverting since it’s been five and a half years since we had a new body of work. Until now that is as her new solo album ‘In Search of Harperfield‘ is scheduled for January 29th 2016. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office
  5. Their upbeat, indie folk music pulled together the romping folk-pop of Mumford & Sons and the Lumineers, while the layered instrumentation took inspiration from the likes of Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene. They released their song "Brother's Boat" digitally before their first single, "Upon the North," appeared in 2013. Later that year they were invited to open for Paramore on their U.K. tour, where they played at a sold-out Wembley Arena. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the Music Hall or HMT box offices.
  6. Off the back of being announced as one of The Libertines support acts and named 4th in the BBC Sound of 2016, Blossoms come to Aberdeen on their latest tour. Blossoms have toured extensively across the UK, with excursions into Europe. They followed their sold out 2014 autumn tour with another run of headline shows in February and March. The five piece will also head to US and Japan before the end of April. Blossoms’ story continues to write itself at a rapid pace.Debut single ‘Blow’ hit the airwaves at the tail end of 2014 with radio play on BBC Radio One, and live sessions on BBC 6 Music and XFM. "Manchester's Blossoms offer a lighter take on psychedelia, one that's steeped in classic British pop songwriting" NME Support comes from The Vryll Society and Viola Beach. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office. This show is at The Tunnels as part of our Freshly Squeezed season of music.
  7. Min Diesel are a guitar-led three-piece from the north-east of Scotland, who shamelessly plunder the best bits from their favourite late-80s/early-90s punk, lo-fi and math-rock bands' back-catalogues to create music they've taken great amusement from dubbing "min-die rock". Since their inception, Min Diesel have shared a stage with Errors, Acoustic Ladyland, Joan of Arc, Hot Club de Paris, Sky Larkin and Paws. Support comes from Hjeartzz and Wendell Borton To book ticket in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office.
  8. This is coming round tomorrow. Tickets available on the door and Harmonica Movement now playing as a full band.
  9. Over the last year, London-based East India Youth has combined strikingly original music with euphoric live performances and has quickly become recognised as one of the most experimental and captivating artists around. His recently announced second album titled CULTURE OF VOLUME is his first since signing to XL Recordings and follows his critically acclaimed debut album TOTAL STRIFE FOREVER (released in January 2014 on Stolen Records) that went on to be nominated for the Mercury Prize. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the box office.
  10. Pronto Mama are a past post-modern bug-eyed beatnik group from Glasgow who are just as confused as anyone else. They are soulful. They believe irreverent wordplay, clean musicianship and a dirty dedication to song-writing is how you do it. The music is built around the songs written by Marc Rooney and Ciaran McEneny, who in coughing copy-cat fashion opted for McEneny/Rooney. Keeping it alphabetical preserves good feeling and the over-arching idea you have of yourself, maybe. Support comes from The Harmonica Movement (acoustic) and Alphas To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the box office.
  11. The opening act of the inaugural True North Festival comes to The Lemon Tree with Fatherson. Fatherson are a band based in Glasgow and formed in Kilmarnock. They have been making waves in the Scottish music scene following a string of supports with bands such as Frightened Rabbit, Panic! at the Disco, Feeder, Twin Atlantic and Idlewild. Following the inclusion of a song on BBC Radio 1's Introducing playlist, the band performed on the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park where their set was aired on BBC2. Gaining experience through further festival appearances during the summer culminated in a trip to America for an industry showcase, laying the foundations there for the future. Support comes from local act The 101. To book tickets in advance click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT or Music Hall box office.