ON 15.02.2019 – Last Night From Glasgow, Scotland will bring you the new album from DIY Legends bis. Slight Disconnects will be released on three different flavours of vinyl. A signed yellow vinyl for pre-orders only, a classic black vinyl and a mandarin orange (you see what we did there?) vinyl for members of LNFG.[…]
Released on 25.01.19 Sister John’s eponymous follow up to 2017’s “Returned From Sea” sees the band take on a darker tone whilst also maintaining a playfulness that sees comparisons with The Velvet Underground & Marianne Faithful. The album will be released on both black vinyl and (pre-order only) Transparent Milk White Vinyl. You can buy[…]
Released to coincide with the Three Bands tour, this CD features the three new singles from Cloth, Domiciles and L-space. It will be available on limited edition CD and set of 3 laithe cut vinyl. (this is now sold out)
Released on 21.09 the first single from the eponymously titled debut single. Check out the video right here. href=”http://www.lastnightfromglasgow.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Screenshot_20180918-092655_Dropbox.jpg”>
The final part of our three bands triptych comes from Cloth, again available as a download and exclusive 7″ vinyl. Released on 30 September
We are delighted to bring you our first release from Domiciles The second to come from our three bands triptych, released digutally on 29 September and again available as an exclusive pre-order only 7″ square vinyl.
Released as part of the Three Bands triptych Blue Flowers will be available on transparent square 7″ vinyl, exclusively available as a preorder. Out digitally on 28th September
The debut album from Joe Kane and his Radiophonic Tuckshop will be released on October 26th. The album recorded between May 2017 and May 2018 is as an eclectic, psychedelic groovefest as you could hope for. It is littered with hooks and melodies that will fill your heart with joy. Details of the album launch[…]
Released on 24th August, Wuh Oh’s unique remix of the second Cloth single Tripp
Released on August 17th the new single from Cloth. The buzz around the band is building significantly and this 2nd single should cement them as one of the most promising acts in the country just now.