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Daylight Sessions (State Broadcasters, Randolph’s Leap + Jared Celosse)

Sun 1st Oct 2017
Olive Grove St Lukes 1-4

A lazy afternoon with music, brunch, tea (or a Bloody Mary if you so desire) and cake. An event for all ages. Produced by Saint Luke’s. Free entry* midday till 2.30pm (*suggested donation £5.00). Octobers line up is hosted by Olive Grove Records includes State Broadcasters, Randolph’s Leap + Jared Celosse.


Having achieved wide critical acclaim for their 2009 debut The Ship And The Iceberg, and for their 2012 follow up, the darker toned Ghosts We Must Carry, which the Sunday Mail heralded as “one of the best Scots albums of the year”.

Never ones to rush things, their meticulously crafted third album A Different Past fuses their distinct Scottish sound with sweet pop-soul songs creating a modern day sophisticated pop record in the process. The album encourages the listener to believe that we now live in a kinder and fairer society than we ever have done, despite all the bad news of our current political landscape. The album also showcases a more playful, upbeat side of the band, while containing enough of their trademark tear jerking melancholia to keep long term fans happy…ish.


Randolph’s Leap are a Glasgow-based musical project ranging from a solo act to an eight-piece band. Adam Ross and co. make pop music for unpopular people, specialising in joyous folk-pop melodies and self-deprecating lyrics. An extensive back catalogue of DIY home recordings was topped off in 2014 with their first full-length album ‘Clumsy Knot’, released on Lost Map Records and followed up with ‘Cowardly Deeds’ in 2016 on Olive Grove Records.

Adam is currently collaborating with Right Lines Productions to develop ‘The Isle Of Love’, a theatre work built around the songs of Randolph’s Leap and due to tour Scotland in summer 2018


Jared Celosse is the newest addition to the Olive Grove roster, the young singer songwriters music is a wonderful mix of the old and the new, like a futuristic Nick Drake, truly nothing like this going on in Scotland at the moment. Look out for an EP from Jared later this year.

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