Cloth

+ Ewan Cruickshanks + Bystandereffect

The Hug and Pint, Glasgow, GB

£5
Entry Requirements: 18+
General Admission (e-ticket)
$7.45 + $1.49 s/c

Delivering angular alt-rock cut through with deep electronic grooves, Cloth are a Glasgow-based trio comprising of twins Rachael and Paul Swinton and Clare Gallacher. After forming in 2016, the band undertook a lengthy period of writing, rehearsing and, latterly, recording at revered studio Chem 19. Their debut single ‘Demo Love’ is set to be released in April 2018.

Releasing his debut album ‘A Glasgow Band’ to critical acclaim in February of this year, Ewan Cruickshanks is fast becoming one of Scotland most exciting songwriters, owing to a gift for both melodious hooks and insightful, witty lyricism. Reputed for his captivating live shows, Ewan will perform at the Hug and Pint with full band. "'A Glasgow Band' is full of relatable, heartfelt and often humorous lyrics that will help no end in establishing Cruickshanks as one of Scotland’s songwriters to watch” - The Skinny (****)

Bystandereffect are a glitch ballad collective based in the Broomielaw area of Glasgow. They combine traditional song structures with bone shaking bass lines, glitchful beats, twisted synths and manipulated guitars to make a mutated clash of genres. Although they regularly collaborate with other musicians, the collective is centred around main members, Sam Good (synths, guitar and vocals) and Joe Gillies (guitar, vocals, laptop). With influences ranging from Atoms for Peace through to Bob Dylan, Bystandereffect occupy the space between the experimental and the traditional.

Line Up

Cloth
Ewan Cruickshanks

Bystandereffect are a glitch ballad collective based in the Broomielawarea of Glasgow. They combine traditional song structures with bone shaking bass lines, glitchful beats, twisted synths and manipulated guitars to make a mutated clash of genres.Although they regularly collaborate with other musicians, the collective is centered around two main members, Sam Good (synths and vocals) and Joe Gillies (guitar, vocals, laptop). With influences ranging from Atoms for Peace through to Bob Dylan, Bystandereffect occupy the space between the experimental and the traditional.

View Profile