Creative in their control of the music
Voodoo Mind Control launch new EP
A top up-and-coming Lanarkshire rock band are hoping to cast a spell on the music world with their latest EP.
Voodoo Mind Control launched the four-track ‘January’ with a gig in Glasgow’s Old Hairdressers venue last week.
The alt-rock quartet have performed together since 2009 and was set up by Airdrie man Robert Reaoch (guitarist) and Coatbridge pair Cameron McDougall (bass) and Helen Farrow-Thoms (vocals, guitar, keyboard).
Completing the line-up is drummer Stuart Mackey, who was originally from Australia and now lives in Glasgow.
‘January’ is the follow-up to Voodoo Mind Control’s well received 2013 EP ‘Witch Hunt’ and the band are excited to finally release their new tunes to the public.
Guitarist Robert, 26, said: “We released ‘Witch Hunt’ a couple of years ago and were hugely satisfied with how it went.
“We have released ‘January’ ourselves and hope that the EP can gain us even greater attention which may lead to something else, perhaps even bigger than we’ve produced so far.
“Getting your name and music out there is exactly what being in an indie band is all about.”
Robert added: “Because of Stuart, we tend to focus on playing our gigs in Glasgow.
“But if the opportunity came around for us to play in Airdrie or Coatbridge we would be delighted to do so.
“We played a gig in Coatbridge’s Eagle Inn a couple of years ago but it would be great to do more.
“We’d love to get the people of our home towns involved in our music as it progresses.”
‘January’ is available to buy on iTunes and Spotify now.
For more information on Voodoo Mind Control and their upcoming gigs, visit www. voodoomindcontrol.co.uk or the band’s Facebook page.
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