Fiasco in town tonight
Gary Fitzpatrick • Published 8 May 2012 09:30
GENERAL Fiasco, one of the country's top emerging indie bands, kick off their UK tour in Dunfermline tonight (Tuesday).
The Northern Ireland group have previously toured with The Wombats, The Pigeon Detectives and The Enemy.
The tour is promoting the release of their second album 'Unfaithfully Yours' next month.
They had indies chart success with 'Something Sometime' in 2009 and 'Ever So Shy' the following year.
The band's debut album 'Buildings' released on Infectious Music in 2010 saw the N.Irish band play festivals and dates around the world including Japan, New Zealand, USA, Reading & Leeds, Glastonbury, Oxegen and T-In the Park.
The band were writing and recording for most of 2011 but came back with an EP 'Waves' from which 'The Age You Start Losing Friends' won 'Best Song' at the NI Music Awards held as part of the prestigious Belfast Music Week which saw the MTV awards come to town.
'The Age You Start Losing Friends' also picked up another Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1 and the following EP 'Don't You Ever' picked up plays on BBC Radio 1 and beyond including the USA.
At PJ Molloys tonight they are supported by Radio Arcade and The Nettles from 7pm.
This article appeared in Dunfermline Press 08 May 12