Good Guy Records
Release: 20 November 2015
Explosive, unapologetic and infectious, Mickey 9s are four friends from Glasgow who have been playing together since their school days. They describe seeing Daft Punk’s Alive Tour as “a spiritual-like encounter” that inspired them to try to make dance music without synths. After much experimentation, the band found their sound and everything else soon fell into place, right down to the enigmatic image of their masked lead singer, known as St. Cool.
Having always chosen the unconventional route, Mickey 9s launched themselves by releasing fun music videos and comic strips to accompany their music as well as organising secret gigs, raves, and all-day pop-up festivals. Word soon spread about their blistering live performances, leading to Mickey 9s winning the 2014 Scottish Alternative Music Award for Best Live Act.
After two years of gigging and unorthodox releases, the time has come for them to launch their highly anticipated debut album ‘The Party Manifesto’. The second single to come from the album is ‘Computer Inventor’, a perfect introduction to Mickey 9s’ big basslines, four to the floor pounding drums, cool riffs and intelligent, sharp vocals.
“Glasgow’s most explosive guitar band” The List
“There is something incredibly exciting and refreshing about Mickey 9s”The National
“One of the most exciting musical experiences of the year” LMS
“Glorious riffs, funky drums and the sexiest basslines this side of the border” LMS
“Lyrically and musically, they have set a bar that established artists are nowhere close to reaching” New Hellfire Club
- Vocals / Guitar – St. Cool
- Guitar – Antony Paul
- Bass – Dave Arnott
- Drums – Ross McGroarty
Watch A Video From One Of Their Previous Tracks ‘Shark In The Water’:
The Afterparty Manifesto Tour – Scotland
Friday 30th October, Edinburgh – The Electric Circus (supporting Dodgy)
Saturday 31st October, Perth – The Green Room
Friday 13th November, Aberdeen – Café Drummond
Friday 20th November, Edinburgh – The Electric Circus
Saturday 21st November, Kilmarnock – Bakers
Friday 4th December, Inverness – Mad Hatters
Saturday 12th December, Glasgow – The Classic Grand