From the grim and gritty depths of east Glasgow, Glasvegas tout a sure-to-be-huge mix of ragged emotion and vintage vibrations straight out of the Phil Spector playbook.
Already adored in Scotland, where they were selling out...
This article is now part of the hotpress.com archive. To access this article you need to subscribe to hotpress.com for the bargain price of €20 or be a subscriber to Hot Press Magazine. The hotpress.com archive has over 40,000 articles in it, growing at well over 500 a month. Not only that, but you get special 'member's cds' for €10, discounts on all hotpress related products and exclusive promotions. hotpress.com also has thousands of articles and pieces of content that are free to access to anyone, including it's latest music news, photo galleries, web exclusive interviews.
They're also releasing a free download on Sunday January 16Read More
Glasvegas, Friendly Fires and The Invisible the big beneficiariesRead More
Scottish chart hopefuls Glasvegas play a DJ set at Strictly Handbag in Spy on South William Street this month.Read More
Scottish rockers Glasvegas have moved their upcoming Whelan's show to a bigger venue to meet demand.Read More
Not the TG4 reality TV show, but the Glasgow rock group of the same name, Glasvegas will play two Irish dates in December, stopping off at Dublin and Belfast.Read More
East Glasgow quartet Glasvegas have nothing to do with the TG4 show. They're the anthemic band discovered by Alan McGee in the same venue he found Oasis.Read More