Synergy Concerts presents:
The Big Moon
Entry Requirements: 18+
The Big Moon
SKJØR (pronounced ‘sure’) are a Scottish indie band with dark, haunting vocals and dreamy guitars, tipped by Vic Galloway of BBC Radio Scotland as one of the most promising bands to watch from Scotland this year. The teenagers recorded their debut BBC introducing live session in the summer and have gained slots at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, BBC at Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Electric Fields festival.
SKJØR release their single 'Living Without You' on the 28th August 2017
SKJØR (meaning ‘fragile’ in Norwegian) was formed by singer songwriter Louise McCraw after being inspired by a trip to Norway in 2014. The band, now a 4-piece, has since exploded into the Scottish music scene, having played at King Tut's New Year’s Revolution festival, toured Scotland, supported the likes of St Martiins, Lanterns on the Lake, Teleman, Paper Kites, Laurel and Stevie Parker, and gaining airplay across various BBC Radio Scotland shows. Drummer Toni McVey recently became the 2017 UK winner of prestigious drumming competition ‘Hit Like A Girl’ and landed the band with a drum endorsement from the British Drum Company (Kasabian, Slaves, Blossoms and Declan McKenna.)