The Draymin release album and announce Glen gig
Gary Fitzpatrick • Published 2 Apr 2012 09:30
THE Draymin are planning a spectacular summer gig at the Glen Pavilion in aid of the Mary Leishman Foundation.
The Press reported last month that the Rosyth band who were helped with funding on recording their debut album by the foundation would be announcing a charity gig shortly to show their gratitude.
The album 'Should've Known Better' is released today and the date of the charity gig is Saturday 23rd June.
Singer Fraser Penman said, "We're going to have a massive visual thing. A massive screen and rear projector. We've been making videos for each track so we think it's going to look really good and all the money will be going to the Mary Leishman Foundation who've been great with us."
The support band is the Fridge Magnets. Tickets are £8 and available from www.ticketweb.co.uk or from PJ Molloys and 3rd Base Records.
* See the Press for a review of the new album.
This article appeared in Dunfermline Press 02 Apr 12