Edinburgh pop-rock band Until We’re Winning are celebrating the release of their debut album with a launch party this weekend.
The band – made up of Carrie (lead singer), David (guitar), Chris (bass) and Josh (drums), have played several gigs in Edinburgh and Glasgow over the last couple of years, but in the past nine months they have been in the studio working on their debut album, titled ‘Making the Best of a Bad Situation.’ Their sound is an uplifting blend of pop and rock, with high-energy guitar riffs combined with punchy vocals. The band were recently featured on Jim Gellatly’s New Music podcast, which features local unsigned bands from the Scottish music scene. Gellatly played new album track ‘This Was Supposed To Be Our Day,’ describing it as ‘wonderful’ and noting that the band ‘sound like they are going places.’
The launch party is taking place at 8pm this Friday 13 December 2013 at The Banshee Labyrinth on Niddrie Street. Fans will have the chance to listen to the album from start to finish as well as purchasing a copy. The band might even pick up their instruments for an exclusive acoustic performance to celebrate the launch.
Guitarist David Miller told the Edinburgh Reporter:- “We’re really looking forward to letting people hear the album. We’ve been working really hard on it this year and we can’t wait to hear what people think.
“It was amazing to be featured on Jim Gellatly’s podcast and hear the positive things he said about us. We know there’s a lot of really talented bands out there all competing for the same thing, so our goal is to bring our music to as many people as possible.”
For more information, head to The Banshee Labyrinth on Friday night or check out Until We’re Winning on their official channels below.