Edinburgh rock quintet SPYLAW kick off their 2018 Scottish tour in The Newmarket Basement, Ayr. Plus special guests WONDERBOY and local support from DARK WEBS
Edinburgh quintet Spylaw, renowned for their high-energy, trumpet-driven sound together with driving riffs and soaring melodies, tour their infectious live experience across Scotland this summer.
Seamlessly blending pop, rock, funk and indie influences to create a unique sound the group have established themselves as familiar faces on the Edinburgh circuit.
Following the release of their E.P 'I Don't Think They Had This In Mind' the band have continued to expand their setlist, bringing energy and emotion to the stage with each performance.
Wonderboy bring you an evening of DirtyAltRockPop; channelling their whiny inner monologues into blissful melodies, quirky riffs and raw distorted passion.
Having solidified their act within an Edinburgh scene, packing and selling out the local venues, this fun little four piece is excited to forfeit a couple of 10 hour shifts on a minimum wage to venture through Central Scotland with good friends Spylaw to spread the joy, the love, the jam.
Check out their debut single “Slumber!”
Forming in mid 2016, Dark Webs got together about once a fortnight purely as something to do. Few beers and jam some tunes. After finding a sludgy hard rock sound somewhere between Black Sabbath and Alice in Chains, the boys decided to start gigging in early 2017.
With the departure of drummer Josh James in early 2018, Jason Campbell quickly filled the slot and completes the line up alongside Robbie Macmillan on bass and Paul Mooney on guitar and vocals. The band have a number of gigs in the pipeline and hope to release an EP later this year.