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Summer Shows 2017

Verse Metrics are delighted to announce a raft of live shows for Summer 2017. The string of shows include dates in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Falkirk, Perth and Pumpherston. Saturday 27th May – ‘Sing on The Bing’ Verse Metrics will be on the bill for the second year of Pumpherston’s music festival. There will 40 different...

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Big thanks to Jim Gellatly for his recent support!

Jim Gellatly has recently featured Verse Metrics on his Amazingradio show, his Sun column and his Spotify playlist for January 2017! Jim first came to see the band at a Teenage Cancer Trust fundraiser in Bathgate in 2009 (before Verse Metrics officially existed!) and has been a loyal supporter since then. We’d like to take this opportunity...

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Verse Metrics on Kerrang’s Fresh Blood Playlist

Interested in new, exciting music and not sure where to start? Grab yourself a listen to Kerrang’s Fresh Blood Playlist. Curated by Kerrang’s ‘New Music Overlord’, Alex Baker, the current incarnation lists Verse Metrics alongside such acts as Nordic Giants, Vukovi and Press to Meco. For those with Spotify, we’ve...

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‘Hildegarde’ explained on When The Horn Blows

Verse Metrics participate in a feature called ‘The Band Explains’ on When The Horn Blows. Karla Harris poses 5 questions about the relationship between the video and the song ‘My Name Is Dr. Hildegarde Lanstrom and I Am Quite, Quite Mad’. Bob tells a story about an unusual heirloom and nearly being mistaken for a criminal,...

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Alt Dialogue – “all the atmospherics, intricacies and emotive hooks you could ask for”

With comparisons to Editors, The National and And So I Watch You From Afar in the opening paragraph; the concise walkthrough of the four tracks of ‘We’ll Be Listening and Remembering Until We’re Old and Unsteady’ seems to be the work of an experienced ear writing for Alt Dialogue. In the latest review to come in, just 2...

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