Warren Starry Skies – New Album ‘Small Wonders’

Crowd funding Project

Warren is raising funds to go into the studio to record a new Starry Skies album called ‘Small Wonders’

The project offers rewards in return when you Donate to the Crowdfunder

Starry Skies is 1 of 20 creative projects be offered support from Creative Scotland and Crowdfunder UK.
This is to record the songs written during the lockdown for a new album called ‘Small Wonders’.
Creative Scotland has agreed to double every pledge Starry Skies’ friends make over the next week for a pre-order.  (Commencing 22 March, 2021)
There are loads of great ‘rewards’ on offer with some quite wacky ones and other limited-edition stuff too.

About Starry Skies

The Starry Skies formed in 2012 and included former members of the Moondials and the Ducks. The line up has evolved over the years with everyone playing a crucial part in helping develop the sound of the band.

As the songwriter of the group, Warren McIntyre ended up being the main organiser and although it can be hard work he has loved doing it.

He has played music since he was 12 years old when he formed his first band The Revs. Ten years later he set up a record company to release his  songs and ended up helping friends by arranging gigs and releasing their records too.

“I love making music, sharing songs and bringing people together.” 

What People Say About Starry Skies

  • “Among the finest of the current crop” – Clash magazine
  • “Full of upbeat and uplifting pop” – Rough Trade Records
  • “UK Artist of the Week” – The Vinyl Directory (Washington DC)
  • “Timeless Sound” – Natasha Raskin Sharp – BBC Radio Scotland
  • ‘Do It With Love’ has the energy of a steel mill with a heart of melodic gold” Justin Currie (Del Amitri)

“The main reason for this praise is because Heather, John, Jen, Adam, Sophie and all those who have been involved are such amazing musicians.

It is not possible to talk about the friends who have played on our songs though without a special mention of the much loved and sorely missed Iain Stoddart.

They are all also lovely kind people who make music for the love of it. The care and love they all put into the records shine out and it is always a real pleasure playing music together. ” Warren McIntyre

Warren explains all about the venture on YouTube



Minari at GFF21 – review by Pat Byrne
Douglas Stuart & Jackie Kay: Shuggie Bain

This section: Events, Fairs, Festivals and Fundraisers

Written by :

Avatar of PatByrne Publisher of Pat's Guide to Glasgow West End; the community guide to the West End of Glasgow. Fiction and non-fiction writer.

Comments are closed.

Copyright Glasgow Westend 2009 thru 2017

Contact Pat's Guide to Glasgow West End | About Pat Byrne | Privacy Policy | Design by Jim Byrne Website Design