The LaFontaines

Tuesday 17 September 2024

Doors 19:00

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Unique, Bold & Scottish – The LaFontaines are back with their fourth studio album,Business As Usual.

Set for release via SO Recordings in Summer 2024, Business As Usual sees the bandback from a short hiatus to bring you their most personal and vulnerable record yet.

Having been together since their teens, Kerr Okan (vocals), Jamie Keenan (drums,vocals) and Darren McCaughey (guitars, production) know their audience and have honed their sound to deliver their message in the most direct way possible.

The bands personality, charm and charisma shines through their output, whichcoupled with their already unrivaled unique offering has earned them a dedicated,loyal fanbase – who identify with the band through more than just the music.

Their live shows are their superpower – a guaranteed good time which sees the bandconnect with their audience on a level that most live acts never achieve. There is noone like The LaFontaines.

Said frontman, Kerr Okan, “To be a band at this point, 15 years deep, on the verge ofreleasing our 4th studio album says it all really. To still be going hard at it shows thelove we have for the music. To have a fanbase that continues to grow proves we’renot fuckin’ mental, and to have a live show that is genuinely one of the best inBritain, is the reason we keep selling out shows with no industry backing. This recordis far from a farewell; it’s a resolute declaration that it’s ‘Business As Usual”

Across their career, The LaFontaines have performed across the globe with festivalhighlights including TRNSMT in Scotland, VERY TV Festival in Bangkok, the Radio 1Dance Tent at Reading & Leeds Festival in England and the NH7 Weekender in India.They have toured everywhere from New York to Paris with the likes of Linkin Park’sMike Shinoda, Anderson Paak, Don Broco, Deaf Havana and Example to name a few.

The LaFontaines third studio album Junior was released via SO Recordings on 14June 2019 to critical acclaim. The album charted at number 33 in the UK AlbumsChart, giving the band their first top 40 record.