Pictures of the band playing Mad Hatters on May 30th as part of their tour to promote their third album “One Hundred Percent Suaveir?t=wwwinvernessg 21&l=as2&o=2&a=B00J50L0RS - Fat Goth Rock”.

Support for the evening came from Little Mill of Happiness
Support for the evening came from Little Mill of Happiness
"Once seen, never forgotten. They are a trio of oddly fresh-faced youths with a twisted, warped sense of the absurd and musical chops that twist, turn and careen recklessly." Joe Whyte Louder Than War
“Once seen, never forgotten. They are a trio of oddly fresh-faced youths with a twisted, warped sense of the absurd and musical chops that twist, turn and careen recklessly.” Joe Whyte Louder Than War
"It's sort of a welcome neccessity for m to have to take care of the 'management' side of things. Everyone knows the drummer is the most important member in any band..." Drummer Mark Keiller in an interview with Rhythm Magazine
“It’s sort of a welcome necessity for m to have to take care of the ‘management’ side of things. Everyone knows the drummer is the most important member in any band…” Drummer Mark Keiller in an interview with Rhythm Magazine
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Originally from Glasgow, I've lived in Inverness for the past 25 years. I got into photography about 3 years ago and mostly done landscapes. Although I still love going out and seeing Scotland, I have also recently got interested in photographing gigs and meeting band members. The first one I did was Ketamine Deco at the Ironworks, thanks to a good friend, Ross McEwan. That got me hooked and now I'd like to get more involved in the local music scene. To be honest, my music tastes lie in the dark ages, However, my first shoot for IG was a band called Tijuana Bibles and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I can be contacted direct on fb at Paul Power Photography....here's to many more great shoots with IG