The Van T’s – Fun Garcon [Shoot The Moon]

I first had the pleasure of stumbling across The Van T’s two years ago when they supported Motherwell’s the Banter Thiefs in the ABC – the twins bringing to the stage what I described at the time as an emotive brand of indie folk – and so as I disappeared into my headphones to giveContinue reading “The Van T’s – Fun Garcon [Shoot The Moon]”

Weekend Wars, FOREIGNFOX, Indigo Velvet, The Van T’s at Tut’s, 9/1/15

Tonight’s New Year’s Revolution gig starts with 90s sounding female-fronted Glaswegian grunge dream The Van T’s. Tut’s is already filling up with people excited for tonight’s amazing line-up of new Scottish talent, but the atmosphere in the venue remains relaxed as the band treat the crowd a number of passionate and heartfelt songs. The vocalsContinue reading “Weekend Wars, FOREIGNFOX, Indigo Velvet, The Van T’s at Tut’s, 9/1/15”

Medals, Echo Valley, The Van T’s at Stereo, 30/10/14

The first of two support acts are twin sisters Chloe and Hannah Thompson of The Van T’s, who usually have a band in tow, but play on their own tonight due to their bassist being stranded in Ireland. The idea of twin telepathy is often spoken about, but it would be a good explanation ofContinue reading “Medals, Echo Valley, The Van T’s at Stereo, 30/10/14”

Medicine Men, The Moon Kids, Ewan Butler, The Van T’s at Tut’s, 4/7/14

This evening in Tut’s serves as a T-Break warm-up for headliners Medicine Men as well as The Moon Kids, while local acts The Van T’s and Ewan Butler also support. The Van T’s come stage, first playing ‘Trip’ from their debut EP, and the band all take turns in urging the crowd forward, which spursContinue reading “Medicine Men, The Moon Kids, Ewan Butler, The Van T’s at Tut’s, 4/7/14”