grateful for the support the band have had so far, and to everyone that’s been along to and got involved in the sprit of the shows. The main thing, he said, is that there have been no troublemakers ready to declare their allegiance to Team Noel. “There’s been none of that – no chanting for him or the old songs, so that was good.” Archer added: “We weren’t itching to form this band. It came about from circumstance – Oasis splitting – and whatever thread that’s guiding us through. “We said at the time that we weren’t done with music, and music wasn’t done with The Daytonas have been plying their sunny indie wares since mid-2009. Similarly Still Searching, from Westhill, pack an up-tempo brand of indie rock guaranteed to lift anyone’s spirits. After writing and performing together for around a year, this will be Still Searching’s last gig. us. If we’d packed up last year, songs as good as Morning Sun, Millionaire and The Roller would never have been jostled with.” “We knew we had an album in us,” said Liam. “The next album is where we’ll be tested, but that’s when we have to go up another gear.” Support comes from 2 Thirds of Youth, The Dawn and Aberdeen alternative band Cook Doo, pictured below. Playing music that is seemingly destined to be the soundtrack to your summer, Avoid the Morning look set to be welcomed back to the Aberdeen scene with open arms, following an exclusive acoustic set last month alongside fellow local pop-punks Only the Brave and We Were Heroes. To celebrate their return, Avoid the Morning are giving away all their previous releases for free from their Bandcamp profile. Cook Doo will then provide a break from the evening’s poppunk proceedings, with their unique slant on alternative
NEW DIRECTION: Beady Eye rose out of the ashes of much-troubled Oasis.