Three Great Bands!!
Traveller are a four-piece Rock band who are based in East Lothian Scotland. Having formed in 2016 and soon after releasing their debut EP called “All this time” followed by their latest single “Been Waiting” in 2017, their hard work and professional approach is paying off in the form of an increasing, grass roots fanbase. With a series of performances already gaining exceptional reviews including headline slots at King Thuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow and radio airplay in over seventy countries and counting, the band are one of the UK’s most exciting new musical prospects. The bands influences remain diverse but bring together a level of musicianship and group chemistry as such that they sound like a veteran ensemble. They are constantly adding to their growing repertoire with beautiful and catchy songs that reflect from the heart, their many life experiences.
Ordinaryson have released several singles during their time and having just released their latest album called “Round here” they are grabbing the attentions of a growing fanbase and industry alike. With cover mount CD placing for The Big Issue in Scotland to props from The Sun’s Bizarre column and airplay from the highlands of Scotland to the eclectic Rob Da Bank’s BBC show, they too are a band on the rise. Ian S.Thompson has been writing and singing songs most of his adult life starting round the campfires in the beautiful British countryside his musical adaption to things that need to be said has moulded this wannabe-off grid-but still travel the world songster. Ordinaryson captures the sound of friends playing their instruments, just how they like it. No need for shiny things untainted by fake news and x factor.
"It’s easy to see Ordinaryson taking their place at a giant like Glastonbury in the next few years." - Vulture Hound Magazine
“Lucy and the Lyrics” are a four-piece band from Dunfermline performing songs packed with big melodies and even bigger harmonies.