As much as we love recording music, it’s on stage where we have the most fun (and occasionally smack ourselves in the face with microphone stands).
20 November 2022: McChuills, Glasgow
with Becca Starr
Carrie’s going to be in the middle of book launch madness by then, and it’s also the day after her birthday so it’s going to be a bit emotional. Becca’s one of our favourite people, her new album’s stunning and you should definitely not miss this gig. This gig is free so please do come even if you’re broke.
11 September 2022: McChuills, Glasgow
with Becci Wallace
That was fun, although with hindsight we might have gone easier on the smoke machine.
26 June 2022: The Ice Box, Glasgow
The Ice Box as we know it is ending: it’ll be moving to new premises in late summer. So we were delighted to be playing as part of Iceyfest, the weeks-long goodbye to a venue that means a lot to us.
28 May 2022: The Lost Launch All-Dayer, Discoteca, Glasgow
A fundraiser for Glasgow’s own Jo D’Arc organised by the good people at You Call That Radio.
28 August 2021: The Ice Box Ball, The Ice Box, Glasgow
We love The Ice Box and practically live there, so we were delighted to be the musical bit of the inaugural Ice Box Ball.
26 August 2021: Queer Fringe
Last year Carrie played this online event solo; this year she brought David and Kenny too. More at http://www.lgbthealth.org.uk/.
5 March 2021: Save Sunny G fundraiser
Carrie did some tunes to help raise money for Glasgow’s superb community music station alongside Colonel Mustard, Loki, The Girl Who Cried Wolf and many more.
10 October 2020: Thrive Edinburgh
Carrie played solo as part of World Mental Health Day 2020.
30 August 2020: Queer Fringe
A solo spot by Carrie for this excellent online event.
26 August 2020: Noisegun at The Ice Box
We headlined the Ice Box’s first post-lockdown show.
8 August 2020: The Modern Rock Wellbeing Music festival
This was tons of fun: a virtual festival to raise awareness of mental health charities and other support. We played on the Saturday evening and Carrie took part in a discussion about mental health that morning.
16 February 2020: Jimmy’s, Glasgow
Two-thirds of us played acoustic for our friend Sister Petra’s Sunday school.
11 February 2020: The Bungalow, Paisley
Or: the one where the expensive guitar pedals blew up just before we played. It takes more than that to stop us.
24 January 2020: St John’s Church, Glasgow
Our very first electric gig. We’d always wanted to play in a church so this was a particular treat.
8 January 2020: McChuills, High Street, Glasgow
We love McChuills. You’ll often find Carrie trying out new stuff at their open mic night.