Prepare for a night of bangers as Rivyrs take to the Wee Red's stage for their debut show! With support from the amazing Feels Like Pluto and (TBA)!
Rivyrs are a progressive post-rock trio from Edinburgh, Scotland. Drawing inspiration from a range of genres such as hard rock, progressive metal, and shoegaze, they aim to make every space they inhabit resonate with a combination of groovy riffs and ambient harmonic layering.
Despite having worked together on and off for about a year, Rivyrs were only officially formed in late April, 2023, by multi-instrumentalists James Campbell (guitar and drums), Alanna Hall (bass), and Lewis Petrie (guitar). With all members sharing a love for the strangest aspects of experimental and progressive music, they were able to craft a collection of original tracks that accurately reflect eachother's musical influences.
Feels Like Pluto
Alternative indie pop band "Feels Like Pluto" was formed across the borders of Scotland and England in 2021 when the music world was returning in full force. Bandmates and best friends, Louis Thomson (Vocals and Guitar) and Josh Jackson (Backing vocals and Drums) bonded over a love of fellow Scottish band Fatherson, fine whisky and a want for positive change.
With 50% of the band identifying as bisexual, the colour purple has become a staple along with their heart/arrow crest logo that points in the way of progression. "Feels Like Pluto" hopes to inspire people and engage in discussion to further better one another, as well as offering hope and positivity through uncertain times.
After recording their successful debut single release with Gareth from "The Lounge Studio" and hosting their first ever packed single press release show, "Feels Like Pluto" are ready to give 2023 everything they've got. With 2 weeks on BBC introducing Cumbria and BBC Scotland, FLP hope to have a busy festival season showcasing unreleased music as well as showcasing their branded home made show outfits which have become a staple of the band.
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