Support from ‘Last Boy’
The Filthy Tongues have occupied a unique place at the heart of Scottish alternative rock, in various manifestations, since the mid 80’s.
The band will release their much awaited third album, ‘In These Dark Places’, at the end of January.
It is the final part of a trilogy based on their hometown of Edinburgh and promises to be every bit as compelling as the previous two instalments.
‘Jacob’s Ladder’ and ‘Back to Hell’ both received rave reviews across the board and ‘In These Dark Places’ is sure to deliver a suitably uncompromising conclusion to this fine body of work.
From the fittingly claustrophobic juggernaut of an earworm that is Gas Mask Blues, the romping, acerbic snarl of Pandemic Pete and the drunk tank admission of the title track to the relentless, questioning riot that is Tricky Nicky, it’s time to get ready for another rollercoaster.
Support will be a solo performance from Last Boy.
Last Boy is the new moniker of Haydn Park-Patterson, also known as founder and co-frontman of Glasgow band ‘The Ninth Wave’