Stanley Odd to play Glasgow's West End Festival All-Dayer

Stanley Odd to headline West End Festival All-Dayer

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This year’s lineup also includes headliners the Phantom Band and Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat

Stanley Odd, everyone’s favourite alternative Scottish hip-hop outfit, will be playing this year’s West End Festival All-Dayer, alongside headliners the Phantom Band and Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat, plus the likes of Kathryn Joseph, Yusuf Azak, and RM Hubbert.

This will be the fourth year the festival has taken place and will see 14 Scottish acts perform over three stages at Glasgow’s Òran Mór on Sun 21 Jun.

The lineup is one to get excited about, considering the collective success the artists have had over the past year. Bill Wells & Aiden Moffat’s album, The Most Important Place in the World, went down a treat with critics, the Phantom Band found themselves on the 2015 SAY Award longlist, and of course, Stanley Odd have gone from strength to strength, from the release of their critically-acclaimed album, A Thing Brand New, to playing a series of memorable live shows.

In the wise words of our reviewer, it's ‘in the jumping flesh is where Stanley Odd excel’, so if you fancy bounding along and checking them out yourself, you’d better snap up some All-Dayer tickets before they sell out.

West End Festival All-Dayer, Oran Mor, Sun 21 Jun, 3pm, £15-£18

Stanley Odd - Pastime (Official Music Video)

Stanley Odd

Scottish hip hop outfit.

RM Hubbert

Guitar instrumentals from the artist who won the Scottish Album of the Year in 2013.

The Phantom Band

Glasgow's compelling Krautfolk ensemble.

Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat

Gruff former Arab Strap man Moffat and gentle jazz man Wells tour their new album The Most Important Place In The World, their long-awaited follow-up to 2011’s Scottish Album of the Year winner, Everything’s Getting Older.

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