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Thursday, 7 July, 2022 at 7.30 p.m. till 11 p.m.

The Squints / The Phantom Project / Lazy Money

40 High Street, Glasgow G1 1NL

The Phantom Project

The Phantom Project is a group who combine progressive bass, anthemic vocals and high grooves to form something bigger than the sum of its parts.

Brought to life in 2019: the band consists of Singer and Guitarist Colin Simpson, Drummer Jamie Robertson, Lead Guitarist Alfonso Sanchez-Cruz and Bassist Lee Tallintire.

Over 2022 the boys aim to release several singles and cement themselves as a name to be familiar with whenever you think of loud venues and music to tap your foot to’ The Squints:

The Squints

The Squints are a group who have just left high school. Rory, Patrick, Andrew and Scott and have been a band for over 3 years. At the end of last year they decided to lump their part-time minimum wage job pay packets together to record and release 4 tracks that have landed them thousands of streams.

The band have had BBC introducing radio plays as well as numerous hand picked amazing radio plays. They’ve also played a sold-out Garage in Glasgow! They are currently in the process of cooking an EP which they can’t wait for all you Squints and Squintettes to feast upon!
You can listen to their music on all platforms

Lazy Money

Since their conception on the sandy shores of Nairn in the Highlands of Scotland, the eclectic duo “Lazy Money” have made it their mission to heal the world through the power of music. They aren’t even sure what genre of music they fall under, but what they do know is the
combination of Toby’s crispy keys and Marc’s smooth guitar would bring a large bearded man (preferably muscular) to his knees.

George Ezra has called them “The best thing to happen to music since ‘Shotgun’.”

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