After their blistering performance at Scotlands newest festival ‘Electric Fields’ United Fruit release their new single ‘Open Your Eyes’ and a tour to support it… Do yourself a favour and get along to one of their gigs…they are truly shit hot…..

United FruitFrom the hot-bed of artists emerging from North of the border comes Glasgow’s latest export. A band that deconstructs everything you thought you knew about Scottish Alt-Rock, and in its place paints an image of soaring post-punk symphony, epic meandering melody and an unstoppable energy tantamount to a Glaswegian bar brawl. Their name is United Fruit, and they release their explosive new single ‘Open Your Eyes’ on October 27th 2014.

Having performed live sessions for BBC Introducing, BBC Radio Scotland, alongside airtime on the BBC Radio 1 Review Show, the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, XFM and Capitol FM, United Fruit certainly aren’t without their notches on the music accolade bedpost. When you add to that their multitude of UK and European tours, festival billings, and support shows with the likes of Dananananaykroyd, Twin Atlantic and Twilight Sad, it becomes strikingly apparent that United Fruit truly are rapidly becoming a force to be reckoned with.

Their accomplished sound is tantamount to Sonic Youth’s guitar discord trading blows with the stand-out vocals of the band’s frontman Iskander Stewart, and is perfectly exemplified on the latest single ‘Open Your Eyes’.

United Fruit release ‘Open Your Eyes’ through First Run Records on October 27th 2014, available as 250 limited edition 7” vinyl records and from all good digital stores. The band will also perform three Scottish dates with The Twilight Sad this September, before heading out on a full UK tour in October.

LIVE

11 Sep – ABERDEEN – Lemon Tree (w/ The Twilight Sad)

12 Sep – DUNKELD BIRNAM – Arts Centre (w/ The Twilight Sad)

11 Oct – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club

12 Oct – LIVERPOOL – Maguires Pizza Bar

14 Oct – HULL – LINNET AND LARK

15 Oct – BRISTOL – Start The Bus

16 Oct – LONDON – The Garage

17 Oct – PLYMOUTH – The Underground

18 Oct – MAIDSTONE – The Rafters

19 Oct – NOTTINGHAM – Hockley Hustle

20 Oct – NEWCASTLE – Head of Steam

21 Oct – EDINBURGH – Opium

22 Oct – DUNDEE – Redd Suites

23 Oct – ABERDEEN – Cellar 35

24 Oct – GLASGOW – Nice N Sleazy