Scottish Fiction Presents: Mt. Doubt

Posted by Neil Wilson

Mt. Doubt - Afterglow Launch Gig Poster
Regular readers and listeners to Scottish Fiction will be aware that ever since his first single Feathers came out last year, we’ve been pretty obsessed with Edinburgh artist Mt. Doubt.  So much so in fact that we’ve already worked with Mt. Doubt a few times – their track Leap appeared on our Almost Scottish Fiction EP, and they headlined a previous Scottish Fiction Presents gig last August.


So we are delighted to be able to finally announce that Scottish Fiction will be releasing Mt. Doubt‘s next single Afterglow on 7″ vinyl, as well as releasing his brand new album later in the year.  Needless to say we are extremely excited about this!

We’ll be launching Afterglow at Glasgow’s The Hug & Pint on Saturday 30th April with a headline set from Mt. Doubt, and we’ll have copies of Afterglow on sale on 7″ vinyl.  Tickets for the gig will be £7 on the door, but you can save yourself some pennies and buy in advance for £5 (+£1 S/C).  Additionally you can reserve a copy of Afterglow on 7″ vinyl by ordering a ticket and vinyl bundle for £10 (again saving yourself some pennies).

Joining us on the night will be a stellar support line up of:


With a brand new EP of their own just released (Blood Diary), Earths are a fantastic band live – with excellent song writing and the ability to connect emotionally.

Hamish James Hawk

Having been championed and supported by the legend that is King Creosote, Hamish James Hawk is fast becoming a gem of Scottish songwriting.  Fitting humour, insight, emotion, and wit into his tracks, he and his band provide a good old stomp with their live set.

Rising Pacific

Three piece experimental band from Falkirk who don’t disappoint live.  We are delighted to have Rising Pacific kicking off the evening.


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