Check out the Grind review from the one and only FRUK with the following sub-heading in its Featured Albums section: “Working on a grand scale with incredible musical skill Treacherous Orchestra’s second album Grind is a masterpiece of symphonic invention and seat-of-the-pants virtuosity.” They also call all festival bookers to task particularly those at the Great British Folk Weekend in Skegness, …
Love to all our families, friends and fans – hope to see you all a lot more in 2015 with Grind in our pockets.
Get your Grind orders in today for last Christmas post.
Just announced NEW Treacherous Orchestra Shows ON SALE NOW! 7/12/14 – SKEGNESS, Great British Folk Weekend 24/01/15 – GLASGOW ROYAL CONCERT HALL (standing), Celtic Connections 21/02/15 – BURY MET, Big Whistle Festival 27/02/15 – EDINBURGH, Queen’s Hall More shows coming soon.
TO have garnered “Song of the Day” at Folk Radio UK with Masters which is currently being enjoyed on Reveal Records’ SoundCloud. They have even renamed it “Song (Tune) of the Day” especially for us!
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.
We are please to announce our new online shop from where you will be able to buy various items of merchandise and from today pre-order our new album with an exclusive signed art print. Visit the shop by clicking here or the link in the main navigation above.
Treacherous Orchestra are delighted to be returning to Glasgow Celtic Connections on January 24th 2015. We will play Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on their Wired to the World event with Michael McGoldrick & Songhoy Blues. Tickets available here.
Treacherous Orchestra will play the following shows in November 2014 come hear some of the new tunes! 5/11/14 – LONDON, Borderline 7/11/14 – BIRNAM, Arts Centre 9/11/14 – INVERNESS, Ironworks 10/11/14 – FINDHORN, Universal Hall More shows announcing soon for early 2015 when our new album comes out.
We’ve been keeping our photographer pal Graeme MacDonald busy recently by asking him to take the various band photos you see around this new site. We took John Cuthbert from the Glasgow Beard & Moustache Club to Clydeside Galvanisers and Bellshill Metal Works where Graeme also took the pictures for the new album artwork.