They took inspiration from a Paisley car park but they won’t be happy until they’re hurtling along the highway to rock and roll stardom.Paisley band The Braes have already hit full throttle with worldwide recognition.Now watch them go into overdrive on the gig circuit as they zoom in on the Glasgow club scene.Their Paisley home town is at the heart of The Braes’ music and the band’s debut single has already racked up thousands of plays on a top music streaming site.
The Braes, formed by five St Andrew’s Academy school pals – James Sinclair, guitarist, Aidan McGrath, lead singer, Jack Kidd, guitarist, Logan Gordon, drums, and Alex Boyd, guitarist – have just released Car Park in the Sky.
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D ownload here: smarturl.it/RenfrewLiveSocial The group of 17-year-olds have already performed in front of packed crowds in hometown venues such as The Bungalow and Rocknrollas and are now taking their alternative rock and indie music to Glasgow.The pals are excited to see what 2023 holds for them as they say the responseRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk