SXSW 2014 Interview: Prides

By on Tuesday, 18th March 2014 at 11:00 am
 

Last week when TGTF were in Austin for SXSW, I caught up with Glaswegian pop / dance band Prides (Stewart Brock on keys and lead vox; Callum Wiseman on guitar, keys and backing vocals; and Lewis Gardner on drums) after their rousing set as part of the Tuesday night programming the British Music Embassy at Latitude 30 that was curated by none other than Radio 1’s beloved Welsh teddy bear Huw Stephens. They chat to me about their New Wave, “strong ’80s influence”, the era of Biffy imitators in Glasgow and where we should all go to see gigs at in their hometown. There is much more of course. Listen to the interview in full below.

If you live in America, they will be touring the East Coast with RAC through to the end of March; see all the dates here.

Cheers guys and thank you to Ally for this lovely interview. Best wishes for the rest of your American tour!

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