The Bungalow in Shuttle Street, Paisley town centre, are showcasing exciting up and coming bands tonight (Friday 10 January 2020) starting with Drift (pictured) a Paisley-based electronic duo that merge the folk influences of songwriter Linzi Clark with the electronic styling of producer Andrew Quinn to create ambient-pop beats.
False Friends are a blend of five individual influences, creating a unique style which has been described as ‘acoustic meets pop-rock’, ‘orchestral indie pop’ and quite simply – ‘indie-rock’.
Fallen Arches aka Colin Bell, is a singer-songwriter from Greenock who started off his solo project of ‘Fallen Arches’ only three years ago. This saw the release of his debut album ‘Pen to Paper’. His charming delivery has captivated audiences across the west of Scotland.
Subtopian Planning Board are a psychedelic rock band from Paisley. A creative force to be reckoned with and will enchant you with an atmospheric and experimental collection of songs. Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £5.
The Bungalow welcomes back The Cosmopolitan Big Band tomorrow afternoon (Saturday 11 January) from 2.00pm.
Read Tommy McGrory’s What’s On Paisley Live music gig guide here.