A new promoter’s ambition to bring their favourite music to their home town will get under way next week when “three of the nation’s most exciting and promising young bands” play at The Windsor Hotel in Kirkcaldy.
Static Union will be supported by The Decrees and Between the Lines thanks to an event put on by Filthy at Fifty Promotions run by Brian Gilmour and Bobby Ross.
Brian said: “We have very high hopes for headliners Static Union who are an alternative/indie rock band and hail from Glasgow’s South Side. The four-piece, all aged between 18-20, formed at school in 2014 and their melodic jangly guitar sound has been compared to the likes of Interpol, The Cure, New Order, U2 and Arctic Monkeys amongst others.
“Another young band with a bright future are The Decrees from Dunfermline. They are a “no-holds barred” Rock ‘n’ Roll band who possess the high-octane energy of punk
Also emerging from the vibrant West Fife music scene, Between The Lines are another exciting guitar band from Dunfermline.
“These talented young musicians started out as merely a jam group at Queen Anne High School, but things have progressed rapidly from there.”
*Teenage Kicks!, The Windsor Hotel, Kirkcaldy, February 9