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Things You Cannot See – The Dykeenies – Nothing Means Everything

Things You Cannot See – The Dykeenies – Nothing Means Everything the link for more information. The Dykeenies are a Scottish indie rock band from Cumbernauld, formed in 2005. The band played their first headline gig at the 350-capacity ABC2, a small venue in Glasgow in late 2005. The gig was a sell-out show.

After winning the Your Sound competition, the band signed to King Tut’s Recordings. Again, despite having released little or no material at the time, the band were asked to play the “T Break” stage at T in the Park in Kinross, Scotland, on 9 July 2006. Two months later, the band released their first EP through Lavolta, titled Waiting for Go. The release featured the title track, as well as tracks “Things You Cannot See”, “Feels Like Sleep” and “Dark Time”. The radio station began by asking them to be a part of Xfm Scotland’s first ever “Winter Wonderland” gig, one of three one-day winter music festivals taking place in venues across the United Kingdom. Following numerous headline and support gigs in and around Glasgow between November 2006 and March 2007, The Dykeenies released a new recording of “New Ideas” on 9 April 2007, with previously unreleased tracks “Safe”, “Simplify” and “Layers” featuring alongside various remixes as b-sides.

The band released their debut album, Nothing Means Everything, on 17 September 2007. They would again play the QMU in support of the album, a concert which was originally booked for Glasgow’s ABC, but was moved due to scheduling problems. On 9 December 2008, The Daily Record announced that guitarist Alan Henderson had left the band, leaving over “musical differences”. Vocalist Brian Henderson said that Alan was not seeing eye to eye on musical terms with the rest of the band.

During the band’s March tour, they included new songs “Awake”, “Square Balloons”, “Minus One”, “Traps” and “Are You With Me Now? The band announced on 18 July 2011 via their Myspace and Facebook accounts that their new album Canyon of Echoes will be released on 3 October 2011. They will undertake a short UK tour to support the release. In January 2012, the Dykeenies announced their split. In November 2016, The Dykeenies Facebook page announced live shows set for May 2017. They have since confirmed that this is an official reunion and have new songs already written.

The Dykeenies’ musical style has been noted primarily as indie rock, with influences including The Cribs, Bloc Party and The Futureheads. Bombay Bicycle Club Tour – BBC Hit Road This Month”. O2 NME Rock’n’Roll Riot Tour band confirm EP”. FRATELLIS TO HEADLINE O2 NME ROCK N ROLL RIOT TOUR! The Dykeenies Live On Music: Response”. Win Tickets – XFM Live Show in Edinburgh this Saturday”. Archived from the original on 18 January 2013.

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