Scottish Fiction Presents: Beeerjacket, Reverieme, Chrissy Barnacle

Posted by Neil Wilson

Scottish Fiction Presents: Beerjacket

The last two Scottish Fiction Presents nights at The Hug & Pint have been pretty sweet, so it’s time to do it all again.  This time I’m joining forces with an old friend of Scottish Fiction, and one of the nicest guys I’ve had the pleasure of working with.  Did someone say Christmas gig?

Beerjacket rightly gets proclaimed by those in the know as one of Scotland’s finest songwriters.  Tender voice, insightful lyrics, and melodies that stick around for weeks.  Last year marked 10 years of Beerjacket, but never one to rest on his laurels Beerjacket has a bag of new tracks ready to play – alongside the favourites from the last decade.

Support comes from Reverieme, fresh on the heels of the release of their new EP Or Else The Light earlier this year.  Led by the dulcet tones of Louise Connell, Reverieme combines heartfelt lyrics with meloncholic sweetness.

And opening the bill is acoustic folk singer with a punk heart, and story-telling abilities second-to-none, Chrissy Barnacle.

Tickets are £5.00 in advance and available here, and will be priced £7.00 on the door.

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