Endless Summer: culte

culte + Tarragon + Scott C Park + Jen Ella

The Hug and Pint, Glasgow

£7
Entry Requirements: 18+
Jen Ella (e-ticket)
$10.69 + $1.53 s/c
Scott C Park (e-ticket)
$10.69 + $1.53 s/c
culte (e-ticket)
$10.69 + $1.53 s/c
General Admission (e-ticket)
$10.69 + $1.53 s/c

Please select the artist you are coming to see. All tickets are valid for the full show.

A celebration of live music and the best new artists in Scotland.

The Hug & Pint, 10th August - 19th September 2021

Line Up

Culte is a solo bedroom pop-project created by Yura Iwama. The band translates the lo-fi aesthetic of the bedroom project live with splashes of pop, shoegaze and surfy guitar riffs. Hatched in 2016, the lineup has taken on many forms, currently finding itself in a four piece layout.

Tarragon is the brainchild of Callum Pickard, a 25-year-old singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Coventry.

Over the past four years, Pickard has been honing his craft, writing and recording his debut album, I’ve Just Seen A Scene. Self-funded as a Deliveroo cyclist delivering food and drink around his hometown, Pickard has collaborated with an array of incredible virtuoso musicians including Dave Hartley and Robbie Bennett (The War on Drugs), JT Bates (Bon Iver/Taylor Swift) & John Helliwell (Supertramp) to bring his songs to life and has created a debut that deftly deals with maturing into young adulthood and the emotional growing pains & frustration that come with that.

Tarragon's debut single, Follow the Sign self-releases on March 25th 2021. The song is a deeply personal ode to his sister & the strength she has shown following her diagnosis with a life limiting illness. It features a hero of Callum's, John Helliwell of Supertramp playing Tenor Saxophone

Scott C. Park makes country-tinged alt-pop about what it feels like to change. Hailing from the Isle of Lewis has given him a unique perspective on the world. From this place he writes about identity, religion, and the weirdness of human behaviour through sharp and breezy songs that want to get stuck in your head. Combining the wit and smirk of Pavement, the lyrical detail of Phoebe Bridgers, and the bare-all confessionals of Bright Eyes and Frightened Rabbit, Scott C. Park is just trying to figure out how to be OK — whilst having the most fun he can along the way.

Cork singer songwriter Jen Ella is active in the Glasgow scene infusing rock and indie styles in to her music. She writes about her personal life implementing tales from love, travel, growing up in Ireland, history and relationships. Following success this year making BBC sounds air play twice with her two tracks ‘Eyes for you’ and ‘Lipstick Queen’ she is now working on her new EP that is set to be released in June. She became the Scotsman’s Arts Artist of the week and her track Lipstick Queen was Hotpress magazines track of the week. Along with that her music has been played on international radio such as amazing radio and featured in many articles across Scotland and Ireland with her previous EP Spoken words making the RTE radio 1 playlist. Gracing the Celtic connection stage back in 2019 she is now working towards releasing her new EP “Following my path to freedom” and actively working with a new band. The first release “Sway me now” from this EP is out on the 11th of July.

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