Rising stars to go on tour as Tenement TV showcases the best new Scottish musical talent

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UP and coming Scottish musical talent will play shows across the country this spring as Tenement TV goes on tour.

As well as venues across Scotland, acts will be showcased to audiences in London and Brighton as part of the music platform’s six-date 2019 Discover tour.

The tour is designed to celebrate the brilliant talent making waves in Scotland right now including rising stars Mark Sharp & The Bicycle Thieves, Walt Disco and Beta Waves.

The tour will also put a host of brilliant female artists into the spotlight, including Lazy Angel, Crystal, Zoe Graham, Lizzie Reid and Scarlett Randle.

Also included in the line-up, packed with acts hotly tipped for future success, are Alligator, VanIves and Quiche.

Speaking about the tour, Tenement TV’s founder Chae Houston said: “This is a first for us at Tenement TV and completely underpins our goal to highlight incredible music to big audiences.

“We’re delighted to take our Discover mission on the road, not only in Scotland but to rooms down south too. We’re championing these bands because they are fantastic, and we want everyone to know about them outside of Scotland too.”

The tour will give music lovers a chance to see acts in small venues before their rise to the top.

Previous acts to feature in Tenement TV projects that have gone on to even bigger things include Sam Fender, Yungblud and The Amazons.

And, of course, there’s Lewis Capaldi – who is now flying high in the charts with his latest single Someone You Loved, featuring his distant relative Peter Capaldi in the video.

Tenement TV Director Nadine Walker says: “Taking a line-up like this on the road has always been a passion of ours and we’re buzzing to get together such a strong line-up that celebrates female artists, underground talent and those who are selling out venues with no issues at all. We can’t wait to see you all down the front!”


Tickets are on sale now at http://bit.ly/TTVDiscoverTour

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