Cuddly Shark play the Ceilidh Place, Ullapool and the Thunderton, Elgin in February to launch their second album “The Road to Ugly”.
Originally formed in the Highlands, Cuddly Shark now reside in Glasgow are gigging a selection of Scottish dates in February to launch their second album “The Road to Ugly”. Consisting of Colin Reid on guitars and vocals, Ruth Forsyth on bass and Jason Sinclair on drums, the threesome are guaranteed to put a smile on your face with their quirky lyrics and foot stomping melodies.
Signed to Armellodie Records they have had national airplay and have been getting many a rosy review since their single “The Punisher of IV30” (referring to the postcode of the trio’s hometown Elgin) was released.
The alternative rock/indie outfit, whom as their contradictory name suggests, have lashings of country tinges but do so with a punky edge attitude. Hints of the 90s and influences from bands such as Weezer and The Offspring are evident and if one thing is for sure they are guaranteed to get you off your seat and on the dance floor.
You can catch the trio supporting Naked Strangers at the Ceilidh Place in Ullapool on Friday 15th February, or alternatively in Elgin at the Thunderton on Saturday 16Th February with support from The Disclaimers and His name is Codeine.