Top band at Tolbooth
The Tolbooth’s monthly indie/alt/ other night Strange Behaviours is back tomorrow (Saturday) with another boutique mini-festival, featuring the best indie and alternative artists from across the Forth Valley.
The Strange Behaviours annual festival has been running in ever-evolving formats since 2015, staging artists throughout the Tolbooth’s many rooms, pairing up local and wider Scottish artists with the building’s unique spaces to create an unparalleled “up-closeand-interesting” atmosphere, experiencing acts in a visceral and real way.
This year, the Winter Party format returns, and is a celebration of all the excellent acts on our doorstep, with a line-up fortified with choice bands and solo performers from across the area.
Line-up is as follows: The Nickajack Men Americana-soaked anthemic indie rock; Live To Do - pairing punk, progressive and classic indie influences into ambitious, sprawling, heart-felt songs; Walt Disco - 80s guitar pop a la Talking Heads, Devo, The Smiths; Joseph Hewer - exciting emerging singer-songwriter; Sulka - fuzzy garage rock; December ‘91 - antifolk engaging with raw lyricism; Kieran Hughes - singer-songwriter with gypsy-jazz leanings; C R P N T R - acrobatic hip hop.
Tickets £8 advance (£10 on the door) available from culturestirling.org/tolbooth or 01786 274000.
On stageThe Nickajack Men, Americana-soaked anthemic indie rock band playing at Strange Behaviours