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“They didn’t think we had it” Dan­ish rock rats set to berth at Moor­ings

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - MUSIC SCENE - By Eoin Smith

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.

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