Hailey Tuck: I’ve decided to make a concerted effort to play less jazz venues

Austin born, Paris based 27-year-old singer Hailey Tuck has revealed the video for her new single Alcohol, a rework of The Kinks classic and the first track to be released from her debut album Junk. Produced by the legendary Larry Klein and recorded by Sony, the album sees Hailey reworking the likes of Leonard Cohen (They Don’t Make It Junk), Ray Davies (Alcohol) and Pulp (Underwear), to expand our minds on jazz music.
Hailey spoke with The Fountain about what we can expect from that album, what inspired her to rework classics, and what we can expect from her in the coming months.

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Be Like Pablo: Our pop sound very much makes us a summer band so we’re looking forward to then

Be Like Pablo, Ewen Watson, Ross Watson, Karen McLauchlan, Jamie Murphy and Andrew Stepien have just released their new video for their new track, My Kind of Girl, with much planned for the remainder of the year. Compared to Weezer, there is a classic pop sound to this band, one they feel is most suited for the Summer.
The band spoke with The Fountain about their summer plans, their Beach Boys influences and their gig at Belladrum.

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Elizabeth: My first gig is supporting RM Hubbert in St Matthews Church which is really exciting

Elizabeth has a new EP release on 29th March titled Blossoms, a meeting of atmospheric music and folk. Otherwise known as Katie Thomson, having recently performed at Celtic Connections and embarking a tour at the end of the month, kicking off with RM Hubbert at St Matthews, there is much to keep Katie busy.
She took some time out to speak to The Fountain about Pheobe Bridges and her Celtic Connections gig.

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Otherkin: We came across it in a Dublin culture magazine

Expect carnage from Otherkin’s gig at The Attic in Glasgow’s Garage on 3rd April as they promote new album, Deutschland K.O., the follow up to OK. Having performed with the legendary Guns’N’Roses they obviously know how to put on a show and I doubt this will be any different.
Conor Andrew Wynne spoke with The Fountain about performing with the icons, the formulation of the band name and the response to their album, which came out in September.

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Errant Boy: We’ve been in the long tunnel of writing, arranging and recording

We Like You is the first Errant Boy single of 2018 and a preview of their forthcoming album, due later in the year. Boasting their signature melodic guitar manoeuvres and lyrical unease, it will appeal to their fans. Errant Boy formed in Edinburgh in 2015 consisting of Sean Ormsby on vocals and bass, Chris Harvie on guitars and Sarrah McLaren on drums.
Sean spoke with The Fountain about where the band name Errant Boy came from as well as their forthcoming gigs.

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