New Years Revolution

Tickets are now available online for Verse Metrics live at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on January 15th with Halo Tora, Toy Mountains and Nothing Universe. This will be the second appearance at the festival for the Glasgow math/indie foursome. Go on, it’ll be worth the fiver just to see John Niblock’s DJ face as VASA are in charge of the decks for the evening. We’re told it’s like his bass face turned up to 11.5

Sleep Like a Logarithm




[box]Listen to a free stream of ‘Logarithms’ by Verse Metrics until Friday 1st March! If you like it, you can buy the EP on >>BANDCAMP<< ¬†or better still… come to the show at >>The Electric Circus, Edinburgh<< on that day.

Verse Metrics are also appearing at the >>Brew At The Bog<< festival in May in an outstanding lineup of emerging Scottish musicians.[/box]




Verse Metrics apologise for not being able to play tonight in Edinburgh. Bob’s got Shingles and has been advised against playing the show tonight by his doctor. You should all still go along and see Fatherson and Comptroller though.

Radians EP: Artwork and Track Listing


Radians consists of the tracks

  1. Burn Twice As Bright
  2. Algorithms
  3. Semaphore
  4. Aches
  5. Logarithms


The artwork has been designed by Gordon Farquhar.

Radians Artwork[/box]



VM are booking gigs

Verse Metrics are taking bookings for gigs in late October/November 2012. If you would like to book Verse Metrics or are interested in having them play near you, please get in touch via the website contact form or by sending an email to

It’s been almost 8 months since Verse Metrics played as a full band. The last gig was on December 31st at Box’s Hogmanay Party so, understandably, the band are keen to get back to playing live.

There will be a series of live dates during this period, concentrating on Scotland’s major cities but no doubt will include some more off-beat locations too.

For a list of places VM have played in the past, see the Gig History page.