Gallery Review: Sleeper with support from Catholic Action – Liquid Rooms- Edinburgh – 23rd March 2019

Gallery Review

Sleeper

Support from Catholic Action

Liquid Rooms- Edinburgh

23rd March 2019

Gallery Images by Steve Gunn 

Sleeper // Liquid Rooms- Edinburgh // Photo Credit: Steve Gunn // 23.03.19

Sleeper 

Nineties British rock band Sleeper are back with a new album- their first in 21 years! Bringing back their pop-meets-indie sound, Sleeper’s current line-up consists of ‘Queen of Britpop’ Louise Wener (vocals, rhythm guitar), Jon Stewart(lead guitar), Andy Maclure (drums) and Kieron Pepper (bass). 

‘The Modern Age’ – released March 22nd via their own Gorsky Records – get your copy here

Check out Sleeper tour date here 

Sleeper Photo Gallery 

Setlist:

Nice Guy Eddie

Delicious

Paradise Waiting

What do I do

Lie Detector

Blue Like You

Statuesque

Modern Age

Pyrotechnician

Sun Also Rises

Atomic

Inbetweener

Look at You Now

Vegas

Sale of Century

Sleeper: Facebook // Twitter 

With Support from Catholic Action

Catholic Action, formed in 2014, are an exciting Glasgow based 5-piece band consisting of old school friends Ryan Clark (drums), Jamie Dubber (bass), Chris McCrory (lead singer/guitar), Seth Evans (keys) and Andrew Macpherson (guitar). Tonight Catholic Action played new material from their 2017 released debut album- ‘In Memory Of’.  With irresistibly infectious tunes, Catholic Action – inspired and influenced by the likes of 60s heroes Ray Davies and The Kinks, 70s icons Brian Eno and 80s rock masters Sonic Youth– are fast reaching ‘pop gold’ status on the Scottish live music scene.

Catholic Action // Liquid Rooms- Edinburgh // Photo Credit: Steve Gunn // 23.03.19

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?playnext=1&list=PLvmEE6BgBGsu2QGxAZ75HIWGXmC4QHXJt&feature=gws_kp_artist

Catholic Action Photo Gallery 

Set List:

Grange Hell

Witness

One of Us

Breakfast

Black+White

I’m No Artist

Twabal

L.U.V

Catholic Action – Twitter // Facebook 

 

 

 

 

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