In case this is the only place you head to for your Shambles Miller news, here’s my news, delivered ALMOST TOO FAST but hopefully JUST FAST ENOUGH:
NEW MUSIC VIDEO!
GOING ON TOUR!
RELEASING A NEW EP!
It’s going to be at The Hug and Pint on Sunday the 19th of July and you can buy tickets directly from their website right this very minute. Take Shia LeBeouf’s advice and DO IT. More EP news SOON.
I’ve said it before, doing stuff is HARD. Unless that something is making a lo-fi recording about how hard doing stuff is, and then making a wee one-shot music video for it like two weeks later. Because that’s precisely what I’ve done. Here it is.
The hardest part was getting the song from the thing I recorded it on and the video from the thing I recorded IT on onto one other thing that would let me make them into one thing.
Or the hardest thing might be understanding that sentence. Who needs punctuation? What am I saying, I love punctuation. I really, really do.
If you liked the song, feel free to download it from Soundcloud for free! Feel free FOR free.
Last Valentine’s Day I played a wee gig for Lady Alba at the Old Hairdressers. I sang some songs and read a poem given to me by a young man in the audience. So, pretty much what I said in the title above. Hope you enjoy the video!
Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! Happy Hallowe’en! Happy Martin Luther King Day! Merry Decimal Day! I hope you enjoyed Pancake Day! Happy Valentine’s Day…
…aye, so, I haven’t updated in a while. In fact, since the last time I posted, I’ve:
Been to America
Started a new record
And a bunch of other stuff. But since I mentioned gigs, wouldn’t you know it, you can actually rewatch one of my recent gigs right here on The Internet! I recently played an anti-Valentines show for Lady Alba at the Old Hairdressers. If you want to watch it, just click right flipping here. My set is from about 26:00 to 46:00 if you feel like skipping.
Even if you’ve heard me play all of my songs before, I’d recommend it just for the bit where I read a member of the audience’s love poem to Cat Hepburn. It’s pretty special.
Til next time! (which hopefully won’t take like five months)
In my last post I mentioned that I’d recorded a few songs for the Clydeside Sessions. There’s a new episode of four every week and I’m in a couple of them, with the sun shining through my beard like the glorious ginger mess it is (or, indeed, was, as I’ve had a wee shave since then). Check them out below and keep your eyes peeled for the next episode! If you like what you see/hear, you can head over to Facebook to check out the Clydeside Sessions page and maybe even give them a wee like. Enjoy!
If you’d like to hear me do more of that sort of thing, why not come along to Rally and Broad at the Tron Theatre in Glasgow tomorrow where I’ll be performing alongside all sorts of lovely and interesting people, including yer actual Alan Bissett.
Hope to see you there!
Hello! My new music video for Deadpool is finally here! Thanks to Stuart Thompson for all his hard work and to everyone who lent their faces to me to put in the video. Check it out below.
If you like the song, you can get it from my Bandcamp page, where you can also buy cheap tickets for my gig at the ABC 2 this Sunday, supporting the likes of Geoff Rickly (from Thursday), Koji, Brian Marquis, and Rob Lynch! The link for those lovely tickets is right here. Thanks for watching the video, hope to see you soon!
Right now some of you are probably thinking about getting ready for your hot date tonight, deciding what you’re going to wear, listening to some Barry White, that sort of thing. Some of you will be planning to sit alone on the couch and eat a two-person amount of food by yourself. Some people might be doing a mixture of both, either with a significant other or a good friend. Some of us are probably going to get a bit drunk.
Well, whether you’re loved up to the nines or in an open relationship with pizza, I’ve got a little something for you.
For the loved-up romantics out there, I’ve gone and dug out this (admittedly cheesy-as-fuck) cover of The Book of Love by The Magnetic Fields (and covered by Peter Gabriel).
For those single people out there, why not put a positive spin on your past breakups with this video of my single “Confessions”.
Want more? Well, why not get a 14% discount* off anything on my Bandcamp with one of the following codes:
I’ll let you choose which one to use. Just head to my Bandcamp page to put those codes to good use!
Have a great day everyone, whatever you’re up to!
*Technically it’s a 15% discount, Bandcamp wouldn’t let me make a 14% discount, but you get the idea.