Treacherous Orchestra released the new album Grind on Reveal Records on Feb 16 2015. You can get a special edition with signed print by ordering now at the Treacherous Orchestra webstore.
Check out some of the great things Rob Fearnley from FATEA had to say about the TO gig at Saltaire on 19th June:
It’s as jaw-dropping as it is unrelenting and the ever swelling dancefloor laps it up eagerly…threatens to lift the roof clean off this 19th century venue. In a word, it’s an absolute beast and would give most heavy metal bands a run for their money…Best live band on the circuit currently? 100% yes and it’ll be a long whole before anyone betters a show like theirs!
We hear you Rob – thanks for coming along.
Ah well, not this year. Delighted to have made the SAY longlist though! Thanks to all at the Scottish Music Industry Association SAY Award and of course thanks to everyone who voted for us.
We were in very good company with the likes of King Creosote, Mogwai, Idlewild, Blue Rose Code and Mike Vass also missing out on longlist to shortlist conversion.
There will be another day!
The SAY Award Public Vote is open until midnight on Wednesday 27th May. Grind made the longlist but help us reach the shortlist by voting for us on their homepage.
SCOTTISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR AWARD NOMINATED 2015
**** MOJO **** SONGLINES **** R2 **** THE GUARDIAN **** THE HERALD
“When it comes to bands and performers who know how to deliver the goods in a live situation, there can’t be too many who can step up to the plate and match Treacherous Orchestra. Contenders may try to hold a candle but might find the flame ignominiously blown out in a frenzied whirlwind of Celtic based tunes breathlessly merging into one another.”
(BRIGHT YOUNG FOLK)
We are delighted that Grind is up for Album of the Year!
This year’s Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award longlist of 20 albums includes our very own Grind. As you can imagine we’re in pretty good company.
Here’s what it’s all about:
Now in its fourth year, The SAY Award has grown – with the invaluable support of Creative Scotland and PPL – to become Scotland’s most prestigious music prize. Championing a twenty strong longlist and then a shortlist of ten (with a £20,000 prize for the winner and £1,000 for each of our nine other shortlisted albums), The SAY Award accommodates Scottish music in all its influential, inspiring and idiosyncratic glory.
Based on votes from 100 Nominators across Scotland’s music industry and the wider arts community, this year’s SAY Award Longlist represents the highest scoring titles from a list of nearly 150 nominated albums.
Bring on the top ten please!