Scottish band The Fratellis have announced a special free, full band, streamed live gig from a secret location in Glasgow on Saturday 28 November 2020. The one-off lockdown performance will be broadcast on The Fratellis official website: www.thefratellis.com.
To gain access, fans of the band must register in advance. But be warned, invites are limited so to sign up ASAP to avoid disappointment.
The Fratellis will be supported by Milos Collins, the winner of their recent Vype unsigned act competition. Milos will perform six songs from an undisclosed location in Los Angeles, USA.
Jon, Barry and Mince formed The Fratellis in Glasgow, in the mid-00s, releasing their debut album, Costello Music, in 2006 - which became a Top 5 smash in the UK as well as establishing their name in the US and Australia. Among their hit singles are 'Chelsea Dagger', 'Whistle For The Choir' and 'Mistress Mabel'.
The band initially split in 2009, after second LP Here We Stand, with Jon forming Codeine Velvet Club, but reunited in 2012. They trio have since released three more studio albums, with their sixth overall album, Half Drunk Under A Full Moon, due to be released in April 2021. The new album was recorded in LA with producer and long-time collaborator Tony Hoffer (Beck, Phoenix, Supergrass), and contains the single 'Six Days In June'.
With fans expected to tune in from across the EU, US and Australia, The Fratellis free gig will be streamed live worldwide on Saturday 28 November 2020 at 7pm (GMT/ UK time).