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Randolph's Leap

Randolph's Leap

Apr 18th 2019 @ Drouthy Cobbler

Elgin, United Kingdom
I Was There
About Randolph's Leap
Genres:
Indie Pop-Folk
Band Members:
Adam Ross (guitar/vocals), Adam Florence (drums), Vicki Cole (bass), Andrew MacLellan (guitar), Heather Fox (violin), Pete MacDonald (keyboards), Ali Hendry (trumpet) and Fraser Gibson (trombone).
Hometown:
Glasgow

THE METRO

"Masters of melody... lo-fi indie-pop gems"



THE LIST

"wordplay-fuelled compendium of lovesick croons, instrumental wrangles, awkward hosannas and gorgeous,...
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Randolph's Leap (solo) + The Burning Hell (duo)
Thursday, April 18th, 2019
9:00 PM
Drouthy Cobbler
Elgin, United Kingdom
The Burning Hell and Randolph's Leap are touring Scotland in April 2019. This Canadian/Scottish collaboration will bring catchy melodies, intelligent lyrics and life-affirming performances to audiences across the north of the country. The two acts are a perfect match, sharing a love of quality songwriting which celebrates the humour and heartbreak of day-to-day life.

Hailing from Prince Edward Island, The Burning Hell have toured the UK and Europe extensively, charming audiences with a whimsical appeal which belies their somewhat gloomy band name. Adam Ross from Randolph's Leap makes indie-folk music rooted in Scotland's DIY scene having released music on Fence, Lost Map and Olive Grove Records. This tour follows on from 2018's Isle of Love theatre show, a heartwarming depiction of island life which brilliantly showcased Adam's songwriting and storytelling craft.
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About Randolph's Leap
Genres:
Indie Pop-Folk
Band Members:
Adam Ross (guitar/vocals), Adam Florence (drums), Vicki Cole (bass), Andrew MacLellan (guitar), Heather Fox (violin), Pete MacDonald (keyboards), Ali Hendry (trumpet) and Fraser Gibson (trombone).
Hometown:
Glasgow

THE METRO

"Masters of melody... lo-fi indie-pop gems"



THE LIST

"wordplay-fuelled compendium of lovesick croons, instrumental wrangles, awkward hosannas and gorgeous,...
Read More