Prides to headline Lighthouse Late

Prides to headline Lighthouse Late

Prides are rising stars of the synthpop scene

The Glasgow trio are set to play a stripped-back set at the venue's second late event

The second Lighthouse Late takes place on Fri 29 May at The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture. Following a debut in October 2014, Lighthouse Late will once again take over the building's five floors, blending together music, design, fashion and cinema with a smashing line-up of live music, talks, DJ sets and, importantly, beer.

The full line-up of events for the night is yet to be announced (there are special guests aplenty), but we can reveal that the headline act for the night is Prides.

Expect a stripped-back set from the Glasgow trio, who are rising stars of the synthpop scene, and whose debut EP 'The Seeds You Sow' drew comparisons to Chvrches and Tears For Fears. The band played the closing ceremony of last year's Commonwealth Games and have also graced the stage at SXSW and toured America.

The event is sponsored by both Innis & Gunn and Brugal Rum, and your ticket gets you a freebie - bonus!


Synth-led electro indie from the Glasgow pair. The band formed in 2013, originally as a trio, and is made up of Stewart Brock and Callum Wiseman.

The Lighthouse Late

A fabulous celebration of design, music and cinema sprawling across all five floors of The Lighthouse. This time round the night features Edinburgh experimental electro poppers FOUND, synth pop duo Apache Darling, the new formation of Meursault, Supermoon and the noisy, tuneful and triumphant The Spook School. Not content…

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