True North Festival: Opening Concert with Fatherson Music

True North Festival: Opening Concert with Fatherson

  • Date

    Friday 25 September 2015

  • venue

    The Lemon Tree

  • time

    Doors 7pm

  • age


  • price

    £11 inc. bf (Weekend Pass)

  • genre


Aberdeen Performing Arts presents True North – Aberdeen’s festival of music and song – celebrating the North-east's singer songwriter tradition and providing a platform for the very best music and song, from ballads to contemporary classics, taking place from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 September at The Lemon Tree, Music Hall and in various locations across Aberdeen’s city centre.

Festival Weekend or Sunday Pass available

Fatherson and The 101

Fatherson are a band based in Glasgow and formed in Kilmarnock. They have been making waves in the Scottish music scene following a string of supports with bands such as Frightened Rabbit, Panic! at the Disco, Feeder, Twin Atlantic and Idlewild. Following the inclusion of a song on BBC Radio 1's Introducing playlist, the band performed on the BBC Introducing stage at T in the Park where their set was aired on BBC2. Gaining experience through further festival appearances during the summer culminated in a trip to America for an industry showcase, laying the foundations there for the future.

In 2013, in-between recording their debut album, the band played around the country including appearances at The Great Escape in Brighton, This Is Fake DIY at The Old Blue Last in London, Stag & Dagger at the ABC 1 in Glasgow and the Main Stage at Rockness.

In 2014, the band released their debut album I Am An Island through a record label set up by their management. The band and label worked together to independently finance and release the record without the standard record company structure. The release was a success and went to No.11 in the Scottish Album Chart, Top 40 UK Indie charts and peaked at No.5 on the iTunes alternative chart. The first single "I Like Not Knowing" received airplay throughout BBC Radio 1 with support from Dj's such as Greg James, Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens and Ally McCrae. The band then toured throughout the UK pulling their biggest audiences to date, culminating in a sold out show in front of an 800 strong crowd at Glasgow's Arches. Fatherson played at festivals throughout the UK and performed again at T in the Park, this time at King Tut's Tent. The band embarked on a UK and European tour supporting We Were Promised Jetpacks and released their latest single "Mine For Me" on 21 July.

Tickets can also be booked for this show on Ticketweb.

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