Vegas Nights
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Vegas Nights

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
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"Vegas Nights - Shock single review"

A CATCHY blend of New Order and Underworld, the Glasgow five-piece group add electronica to the indie guitar-band norm.

While Shock's lyrics have the soothing tone of Underworld's hypnotic groove, the open synth chords have New Order at their gentle, trippy best. It's no surprise that New Order's Peter Hook has said good things about them.

RICK FULTON - The Daily Record


We have released a few songs on iTunes such as "Shock" and our newest "Institution". We are really working towards a debut album which is filled with tracks that we usually feature in our live sets.

We have featured on Jim Gellatly's New Music show on his iTunes podcast and radio magnetic. As well as being featured on Aberdeen Student Radio numerous times.



Vegas Nights are a five piece atmospheric pop/post punk group based in Glasgow, Scotland. Formed at the tail end of 2006 they set out to try and combine disparate elements of several generations of great pop music in to a newer sound; most notably taking influence from bands like New Order/Joy Division, The Stone Roses, The Beatles and Pulp. There is also a prominent electronic influence brought on by the band's love of several sub genres of electronic and dance music. After gigging extensively across the UK and gaining the odd support with some of their own personal heroes like The Fall, as well as garnering personal words of praise from Joy Division/New Order legend Peter Hook. They are also in the middle of producing a spinal tap-esque feature length documentary about their fictitious rise to success to help promote the release of their long awaited debut album which began filming on the 24th march 2010. Their myspace has a small number of their new songs including a cover of the New Order/Joy Division song "Ceremony" released on the 18th of may as a tribute to Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis' death 30 years ago who the band have a personal love for.