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Mt. Doubt – ‘Thirst’ [Scottish Fiction]

‘Thirst’ is the third single from Edinburgh-based Mt. Doubt’s second album, In Awe of Nothing, and its mellow-yet-captivating sound makes it an addictive listen. It’s atmospheric and full of excellent lyrics, two things we’ve come to expect from Mt. Doubt which they always do so well. There’s a slightly haunting feel to the track, especially in the … Continue Reading ››

Tenement Trail, 8/10/16

My Tenement Trail starts in the Sleazy’s basement, following a visit to Love Music for a caringly delivered in-store from Edinburgh’s booming charmer Mt. Doubt, who airs a few new tracks which sound as cosy as any of his previous material despite singer Leo Bargery forgetting the words of one of said songs. Still, his disgusted … Continue Reading ››

XpoNorth Showcases, Inverness, 9/6/16

The showcases for day two start once again in the Ironworks and this time the free drinks are coupled with music; firstly The Pictish Trail and as Johnny Lynch enters the stage air boxing you know you’re in for a treat. This is first time I’ve managed to witness Johnny Lynch playing in a non solo … Continue Reading ››

Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt (single launch), Earths, Hamish Hawk & The New Outfit, Jargo at The Hug and Pint, 30/4/16

After enjoying another tasty meal from The Hug and Pint’s ever delightful kitchen we pop downstairs in time to catch a bit of Jargo, who delivers a bare set full of charming little acoustic songs which compliment their general misery with pleasant touches of humour; this set was billed as ‘intimate’ I’d be interested what … Continue Reading ››