Starry Skies at CCA
Saturday 4 December, 2021 at 7.30 pm
Starry Skies are Warren Starry Sky (vocals/guitar), Johnny Moondial (lead guitar), Heather Phillips (violin/vocals), Jen McKee (cello/vocals), Adam Scott (bass guitar/vocals), Sophie Pragnell (viola/vocals) and Mike Harrison (Drums).
The band recently released third album ‘Do it with Love’ with singles from the album featuring on neatly 100 radio shows across the world and the title track being BBC Radio Scotland’s single of the week.
DIWL was the follow up to 2018’s ‘Be Kind’ album, produced and engineered by Glasgow musical luminaries Johnny Smillie (Thrum) / Stevie Jackson (Belle & Sebastian).
Starry Skies music has been particularly well received in the USA and in November 2018 they played the Saturday night headline slot at the IPO Festival in New York. While there they recorded live sessions for WFMU & Heat FM.
Tracks from their albums have been played regularly in Germany, France, Canada and Argentina plus a range of stations from the Western Isles to Tennessee.
This is a rare chance to see the whole band play in their home town and they will be playing songs from all three records along with new songs from forthcoming album ‘Small Wonders’.
“finest of the current crop.. kind of off piste power-pop gem” – Clash Magazine
“full of upbeat and uplifting pop – perfect for all seasons” – Rough Trade Records
“Starry Skies could just have provided the perfect soundtrack” – Scots Whay Hae
“shimmering musicality, sweeping strings soar, creating a majestic grace” – Fortitude
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