Tellison and The Bots are on their way to Glasgow - tell everyone!

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MUSIC fans this is your chance to get up close and personal with one of the bright new hopes of indie music – if it still exists – Tellison.

Their pop-punk-rock sound is bursting with ideas and insightful, biting lyrics.

Tellison will be playing the Captain’s Rest on Great Western Road, Glasgow, on Sunday, May 6.

It’s part of a final run of shows to support the excellent ‘Wages Of Fear’ album – named one of the best of last year by Kerrang! and Rock Sound Magazine.

They are also promoting a new single, ‘Freud Links The Teeth And The Heart, the final release from the album. The single is backed by two brand new, unreleased tracks as B-sides that provides a bit of insight into the writing process that

Tellison have embarked on as they are set to return to the studio to work on album number three amidst a busy summer of festivals.

Front man Stephen Davidson explains: “We’re excited to announce we’ll be off on a small, roughly anti-clockwise tour of the UK this May in support of ‘Freud Links The Teeth And The Heart’, the latest single from our second album ‘The Wages Of Fear’.

“We’ll be joined on the road by The Bots, an excellent and eye-wateringly youthful two-piece from across the Atlantic. You should come. It’ll be great.”

The Bots play a mix of spaced-out Americana and scuzzy, US punk, influenced by the likes of Black Flag.

It’s the first chance to catch them on UK shores.

The Herald is offering you the chance to be put on the guest-list (plus a friend) for the Captain’s Rest gig on May 6 (over-18s only).

See this week’s issue for details...

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