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  • Monday 1 January 0001 - Sunday 22 December 2019

  • The Lemon Tree

  • 7:00PM

  • 14+/ Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

  • £11.00

  • Music

Doors: 7:00PMTime: 7pm

Influenced by The Killers and The 1975, PAGES. are an indie-pop band hailing from the North-East of Scotland. Having formed in June of 2018, the band have accomplished a lot in a short period of time. This includes supporting The Lafontaines, Dancing On Tables and current BBC Introducing favourites; Llovers, amongst many others. Aside from this they've also performed a 4-date tour of Scotland and multiple headline shows in their hometown of Aberdeen. The 4-piece have a lot in the pipeline, securing more high profile gigs across the country, and having recorded multiple new songs awaiting release.

Vandal Palace Bio:

Vandal Palace are an Indie Rock band from Edinburgh, Scotland. The band initially formed in 2019, after frontman and guitarist from "Lost In Vancouver" and drummer from "Blind Summit" linked together along with a new bassist.

Band members include Jake Morgan (Lead Vocals & Rhythm Guitar), Lachlan Will (Lead Guitar), Charlie Lightowler (Bass Guitar) and Ryan Connor (Drums and Percussion).

There is a clear indication of influence coming from bands such as Bad Suns, The Night Café, Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Killers with the band's melodic indie rock hooks and driving lyrics.

Connor Clark and the Matador Kings bio: 

Formed in 2017, Connor Clark and the Matador Kings present a fast paced, energetic rock sound for fans of Foo Fighters and Arctic Monkeys. They recently achieved 10,000 Spotify streams on their latest single “Once A Pretty Liar”, upon being added to the Punk Unleashed and New Punk Track editorial playlists. On the back of a Scottish tour earlier this year, the Aberdeen 4-piece look forward to their last gig of the year at The Lemon Tree!





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