Biography

Formed at Edinburgh College of Art in spring 2007, Come On Gang! immediately started writing the sort of music they wanted to hear on a night out: punky guitars, driving bass, inspired sing-along lyrics and melodies that get firmly stuck spinning through your head.

Their 2nd gig was a sold out slot at T on The Fringe supporting Angus & Julia Stone. The band has since shared stages with everyone from Glasvegas and White Lies, to Florence & The Machine, Noisettes, The Cribs and more. Having built up a live set full of energy, passion and melody, the band quickly started gigging all over the UK and overseas. .

Having been called Radio Scotland’s ‘One to Watch’, released two singles to critical acclaim and generally complimented by every radio station and press organisation in Scotland, the band headed to SxSW in Texas in March 2009 - followed by a summer of festivals including Rockness, Reading & Leads, Hinterland, The Great Escape and they even opened WhiteAir on Brighton Beach.

After several exclusive BBC sessions and countless gigs up and down the country (and overseas), Come On Gang! are gearing up for the their eagerly awaited debut long-player.

Synaesthete is a new solo project from Sarah Tanat-Jones from Come On Gang! and Radials.

Edited by outonbluesix on 9 Mar 2014, 15:21

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