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Date: Thursday 18 April 2024

Doors: 7.30pm

Price: £10

Ages: 16+



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Hailing from Glasgow, Voodoos made their mark on an already bustling music scene after releasing their Debut EP, ‘Late Night, Early Morning’. Since then, they have built up an impressive following and, in the summer of 2019, the band were invited to play several festivals including Y Not, Tramlines and Neighbourhood Festival.

The release of the 2019 single ‘Do it To Myself’ then saw the band sell out two consecutive headline shows in their hometown. The latter of these shows sold out within hours of going on sale and took place in the famous King Tuts Wah Wah Hut. Following this sell-out, Voodoos were invited to embark on tour with The Lathums, putting on impressive shows and completing their first run of dates south of the border.

Towards the end of December the band joined The Futureheads on their QMU headline show in Glasgow and Retro Video Club on their sold out headline show in The Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. The release of the band’s second EP ‘What Was That Supposed to Mean?’ saw Voodoos placed on huge Spotify playlists such as; Walk Like a Badass, NMF UK/ US & Global, Punk List and many others. The band were also featured as the cover photo for the Hot New Bands playlist. Voodoos have gained over 2.5 million streams on Spotify alone while NME says, “Voodoos are a riotous outfit to be missed at your peril”.

At the end of 2021 following the end of COVID restrictions, Voodoos played TRNSMT festival in their home town and also featured as the support act on tour with DMAs. 2022 saw Voodoos headline the Tenement TV discover your before being invited to play at The Great Escape festival in Brighton. The band then took to the big stage again to support Stereophonics at their Slessor Gardens Summer Sessions show in Dundee. At the end of summer in 2022, Voodoos were invited by One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson to perform at his own Away From Home festival which took place in Malaga, Spain marking the bands first performance outside of the UK while playing to a crowd of 17,000. Most recently, Voodoos supported American Pop-Rockers Coin on the Glasgow leg of their tour.


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