Edinburgh four-piece Aperture are lead by vocalist Lisa McGlynn. Lisa was inspired to sing by her Uncle Pat who was rhythm guitarist in none other than The Bay City Rollers. The band also feature drummer Lachlan McIntosh, Gareth Noble on bass and John McRitchie on guitar.
Like many a fine Scottish rock band before them, they have been recording at the (in)famous Chem 19 studios in Hamilton; they have been working with Jamie Savage (younger brother of Paul), and are about to release their debut single ‘Good To Know You’/’Click’. This will be a self-release in March, check out the two tracks below. They’ve already earned comparisons to the likes of PJ Harvey and Siouxsie. There’s something very promising here -and thank God a submission that was not another overly earnest singer-songwriter or indie-by-numbers band!
Aperture play Glasgow King Tut’s Wah Wah hut on March 10.