Sa, 03.06.2023

Gefördert von Neustart Kultur, Initiative Musik und der BKM
Einlass: 19:00 | VVK:16EUR | TICKETSmiley face | AK: 19 EUR
GALLUS bottle that sense of anticipation, the idea that anything could happen. Throwing back to the days when responsibilities were few, anticipation was high, and opportunity was around every corner.The band combine the energetic bounce of Sports Team with the tongue in cheek running commentary of life in 2022 of Yard Act and the introspection of contemporaries Fontaines D.C.After forming in a pub of the same name,the Glasgow Indie-punks have made their way to the summit of Scotland's underground music scene.The band formed under unorthodox circumstances;after failed attempts to get their previous musical project off the ground, cousins Paul and Eamon Ewins recruited school friend Barry Dolan as their front man after seeing him in a college play, despite little to no musical background. It was his dynamism and energy that drew them to him, and it was these characteristics that the band grew famous for.The band's reputation for electric, and at times chaotic, live shows grew quickly, and they soon took to filling rooms up anddown the UK, Europe and beyond. Having supported the likes of Biffy Clyroand played to thousands at festivals and showcases, including SXSW, The Great Escapeand ESNS,in the last 12 months, Gallus' reputation on the international stage is starting to grow in notoriety. This was reflected in the band being crowned Best Rock/AlternativeCategory at the Scottish Alternative Music Awardsin 2022.The band will cap off the formative years of their thus far short existence with the summer release of their debut album ‘We Don't Like The People We Become’.The album is in some ways a coming-of-age record, dwelling on the anxieties of leaving your younger self and life behind in place of a new and at times scary way of being. It's impossible to ignore the impact that the recent global crisishad on the psyche of their generation of young people; forced to give up formative years of their youth only to emerge from it as older, but definitely not any wiser, people in an increasingly uncertain world.Despite itsthematic pessimism, however, the album is full of energy, self-deprecation, and humour. The album, like the band, is always melodic, never maudlin. Gallus would rather poke fun at themselves and use the catharsis of their live performances to exorcise their demons. That is the ethos and energy they plan to bring to the world.‘We Don’t Like the People We’ve Become’, is set for release 9th June 2023 on Marshall Records.Be sure to catch Gallus live on tour spring 2023. More information and tickets can be found
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