Glasgow Jazz Festival: LUNIR

Glasgow Jazz Festival: LUNIR + Megan Airlie

The Hug and Pint, Glasgow, GB

£8.50
Entry Requirements: 18+
General Admission (e-ticket)
$12.02 + $1.41 s/c

Featuring multi-instrumentalists Becky Sikasa (vocals, keys, guitar, looping) and David Scobie (drums, vocals, synths), LUNIR fuse acrobatic vocals, live looping, one-handed drumming and an adventurous sonic palette to create a kaleidoscopic hybrid of colour and soul. Since their release of their debut EP Flux in 2016, they have sold out shows and toured across the UK and Germany, performing for the BBC, Sofar Sounds, a number of European festivals, and have received airplay on BBC Radio Scotland, Amazing Radio and M94.5. Based across both the UK & Germany, LUNIR take influence from a wide range of artists including Solange, Kimbra, Queen, and Hiatus Kaiyote, with an emphasis on harmony, texture, clarity and vibrance. They released their new track Wadidi - a 'jump-starting, bombastic flurry about self-dependence, whirling from strings to synths to mass vocals and the need to 'be my own'' – late last year, with more new music to come across 2019.

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Featuring multi-instrumentalists Becky Sikasa (vocals, keys, guitar, looping) and David Scobie (drums, vocals, synths), LUNIR fuse acrobatic vocals, live looping, one-handed drumming and an adventurous sonic palette to create a kaleidoscopic hybrid of colour and soul. Since their release of their debut EP Flux in 2016, they have sold out shows and toured across the UK and Germany, performing for the BBC, Sofar Sounds, a number of European festivals, and have received airplay on BBC Radio Scotland, Amazing Radio and M94.5.

Based across both the UK & Germany, LUNIR take influence from a wide range of artists including Solange, Kimbra, Queen, and Hiatus Kaiyote, with an emphasis on harmony, texture, clarity and vibrance. They released their new track Wadidi - a 'jump-starting, bombastic flurry about self-dependence, whirling from strings to synths to mass vocals and the need to 'be my own'' – late last year, with more new music to come across 2019.

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