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They will be supported by Leeds glampunks Velvet Star and Aberdeen’s very own grungy rock band Crooked Little Vein. With a wide range of influences including Metallica, Nirvana and Blink-182, Crooked Little Vein have been gathering quite a following on the local gig scene, buoyed by the release of their debut EP No Visible Scars. sell-out UK tour resembled the wild, lager-fuelled Oasis gigs of old. “We’ve stepped through another door with this record,” said Archer. “Everyone’s welcome to come with us, and to their credit, lots have chosen to already. “There are people who didn’t think we had it in us, and I genuinely feel bad for them.” “There were a few nerves before the shows,” Liam said. For someone whose career was grounded in unshakeable self-belief, that’s something of a stunning revelation. “Like anxious nerves,” he added, restoring normality. “Not because I’m scared or anything.” He’s genuinely These include local acts Still Searching, pictured right, and The Daytonas. Also appearing are Ipswich-based indie band Ideals and Glaswegian rockers Acrylic Iqon. With a sound akin to the likes of early Franz Ferdinand and The Holloways,
POP STARS: Duran Duran. SUNNY SOUNDS: The Daytonas. CHANGES: Noel with Oasis in Aberdeen in 2005. Below, Beady Eye’s New album. CHART TOPPERS: Jessie J, left, and Adele.