Glasgow’s indie rock band, Foggy City Orphan have gone from strength to strength since forming in 2015.

In 2016 they released their debut EP and received support from the likes of BBC Introducing, with Tom Robinson, Steve Lamacq (BBC 6 Music) and BBC Radio Scotland.  They took to the stage at the inaugural TRNSMT festival at Glasgow Green as well as XpoNorth and a string of successful live gigs across the country.

Their recent single, ‘Fake News Blues’, which takes a swipe at Donald Trump and “fake news” was produced by Mogwai/Franz Ferdinand producer Paul Savage with who they are also working with on their debut album.

Foggy City Orphan are brothers Paul Mclinden and John Mclinden (Guitar/Vocals) with Michael Valente (Bass) and Stephen Sweeney (Drums/Vocals).  They have a wealth of experience with Paul being a founding member of The Gyres in the mid-90s who supported and toured with Oasis, Cast, Reef and David Bowie during the “Britpop” era.

The band recently supported Shed Seven on their UK tour.

See below for photos from the tour live at Ironworks, Inverness.

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