The Goan Dogs “Ones to Watch” Playing Cafe INDIE this October

14 Oct @ Cafe INDIE

Following on from the release of their debut album ‘Call Your Mum’, GOAN DOGS release ‘I Don’t Want To Fight’ ahead of their UK Tour.

The  band’s debut album includes previous singles, ‘I Can’t Sleep’, ‘Shut Up’ and ‘Drinking On A School Night’ that gained heavy recognition from  BBC Radio 1 gaining Jack Saunders’ Next Wave and landing ‘Ones To Watch 2021’ on the Radio 1/BBC Introducing Show. Their tracks have  also landed airtime from the likes of Lauren Laverne & Chris Hawkins on BBC 6 Music, as well as repeat plays on Radio X from John Kennedy among many, many others. 

‘I Don’t Want To Fight’ carries the band’s musicality to the next level, taking their melodic yet psychedelic hooks to a climactic and truly  otherworldly peak. It’s ‘Pyramid Stage’ worthy. But until ‘Worthy’ Farm returns for such optimistic events, this tune must be heard, turned up and  absorbed across the airwaves. Speaking of ‘I Don’t Want To Fight’ singer Luke says, “Have you ever got to the point where you’ve been having  a go at each other for so long you can’t even remember what you were having a go at each other about? That’s the time where you have to stop  and ask yourself “how did we get here?” And maybe say “I love you. I’m tired. I don’t want to fight” GOAN DOGS bring their own brand of warped guitar pop, laced with infectious hooks and irresistible grooves. Ten years on the scene, their  stunning live shows and self-released material have gained them a loyal following throughout the band’s evolution. GOAN DOGS was  conceived in 2010 by lead singer Luke St Leger and drummer, Daniel Lane. A coming of age trip to India provided the band name when Luke  became gripped by Goa’s stray dog population. The duo soon expanded their sound with the talents of friends: Theo Mackie, Bill Sherwood  and Sam Kynan Powell.

UK TOUR 2021 

12 Oct Leeds Oporto 
13 Oct Sheffield Record Junkee
14 Oct Scunthorpe Cafe Indiependent
15 Oct Leicester The Donkey
16 Oct Blackpool Bootleg Social
17 Oct Glasgow SWG3 

18 Oct Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s
19 Oct Newcastle The Head Of Steam
20 Oct Chester The Live Rooms
21 Oct Manchester Castle Hotel
22 Oct Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
23 Oct BrIghton The Hope & Ruin
25 Oct Guildford The Boileroom
26 Oct Bristol The Exchange
27 Oct Birmingham Dead Wax
28 Oct Ramsgate Ramsgate Music Hall
29 Oct London Sebright Arms

RADIO / PRESS 

‘Ones To Watch 2021’ – BBC INTRODUCING – BBC RADIO 1 

“Totally and utterly under the spell of GOAN DOGS at the moment” JACK SAUNDERS, BBC RADIO 1 

“Something completely different but a band who are having a lot of fun. Enjoy!” LAUREN LAVERNE, BBC 6 MUSIC 

“Been vibing to them ever since I heard them. If you don’t know them, get to know them” GEMMA BRADLEY, BBC RADIO 1 

“Call Your Mum’, it’s a good name innit, I like it alot” – HUW STEPHENS, BBC RADIO 1 

“Weird and wonky pop making them ones to watch. I love this” – EMILY PILBEAM, BBC RADIO 1 

“By the Bristol quintet they’re in for a good year” – CHRIS HAWKINS, BBC 6 MUSIC 

“I absolutely love this from GOAN DOGS” – JANICE LONG, BBC RADIO WALES 

“I absolutely love that one” -JAMES THRELFALL, BBC MUSIC INTRODUCING IN THE WEST 

“From the debut album called ‘Call Your Mum’. Excellent Stuff” – JOHN KENNEDY, RADIO X 

“Insanely catchy from GOAN DOGS” – DAN HEGARTY, RTÉ 2FM  

“An exquisite piece of indie-pop with universal accessibility” – NORTHERN TRANSMISSION 

Published by Scunthorpe Nights

Volunteer run network to support our local area by showing what it has to offer.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.