Beerjacket – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

Posted by Ross Crae

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Long time friend of Scottish Fiction, and all round good guys, Peter Kelly, a.k.a. Beerjacket joined me in the studio to debut three new tracks.  Beerjacket‘s last two albums, Darling Darkness and The White Feather Trail, have been received to critical and audience acclaim, and on the basis of these new tracks his next album will hit the same mark.  During our chat we sought out Peter’s spirit animal, discussed the possibility of Beerjacket Inc., and talked music, songwriting, and new album.

Below are videos for the tracks Buttons, Cord and Nervous which were recorded at Pulse 98.4 as part of Beerjacket‘s Scottish Fiction Session.  To hear the full show, including interview, check out the Scottish Fiction Radio Show for 3rd December 2015.

ALSO don’t forget to grab your tickets to the next Scottish Fiction Presents gig which Beerjacket is headlining, taking place at The Hug & Pint on Tuesday 15th December from 7pm.  Support comes from the excellent Reverieme and Chrissy Barnacle.  Tickets are £5 if bought in advance which you can do here.





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