UP AND COM­ING

In­die band ex­cited over re­turn to roots

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

ON SATUR­DAY, lo­cal in­die band Copy Haho re­turn to the Gran­ite City for their first gig since au­tumn 2010, in an­tic­i­pa­tion of their de­but self-ti­tled al­bum re­leased later this month. Sup­port at The Tun­nels comes from Ju­lian Lynch, a for­mer Univer­sity of Aberdeen stu­dent whose laid-back brand of mu­sic has been gather­ing much at­ten­tion from the mu­sic press; Duck­tails, a one-man lo-fi pop-rock out­fit, and Big Trou­bles whose dis­torted pop sound is in­flu­enced by the likes of My Bloody Valen­tine and The Je­sus and Mary Chain. Copy Haho bassist Richard Scott said: “We’re very ex­cited to be able to play with bands that we gen­uinely love and, on a slightly self­ish note, it’ll be lots of fun to hang out with friends from Stone­haven and Aberdeen that we don’t get to see enough.” MON­DAY then her­alds the re­lease of In­dian Red Lopez’s ea­gerly-awaited de­but al­bum

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