As a part of Paisley's The Spree Festival; Scottish Fiction brings a label showcase to The Bungalow.
Foreignfox are a 4 piece alternative rock band who know how to pack a punch live. Their latest EP 'I Used To Be A Bellydancer' operates in the slender domain between the emphatic and the sentimental; between power and heartbreak. Beneath the thunder is an unremitting heartbeat, not in spite of the force, but in commune with it.
Hailing from Edinburgh, Mt. Doubt have been described as "a massive distinctive new voice in Scottish music." The dark-pop band play fresh on the back of releasing a brand new EP 'This Must Mean Something Awful', with comparison made to The National, Nick Cave, and The Twilight Sad.
Glasgow based Acrylic are known for their fresh, bold, and progressive sound; ranging from irregular off-kilter beats, to epic sprawling guitar tracks that build and build.
Completing the bill are HOME$LICE, bringing a melody driven alt-pop vibe, with influences ranging from The Smiths to Pixies. Their live show is guaranteed to elicit dancing.