King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut today announce a brand new one day event on Saturday 30th October 2021 presented by Vault City Brewing. New Noise aims to showcase some of the hottest new musical talent across Scotland and beyond.
After a successful year due to the rise in sales of their now legendary modern sour beers, Vault City Brewing have teamed up with the iconic Glasgow venue to support the music industry after a difficult 18 months for musicians and music industry as a whole across the country. New Noise will give the acts who have missed the opportunity to play live and hone their craft the chance to play to new crowds in the Scottish city renowned worldwide for its music scene.
Headliners The Van T’s make their return to the stage for the first time since their sold out King Tut’s New Year’s Revolution show back in January 2020. Since forming in 2013 the surf-pop quartet have built a strong reputation for their live show which has seen them share the stage with the likes of Wolf Alice, The Jesus & Mary Chain and Sunflower Bean. The band have also supported Foo Fighters as part of their Summer Sessions show at Bellahouston Park in the summer of 2019.
Also included on the bill are jangle-pop band L’Objectif, post-punks Treeboy & Arc, London trio Honeyglaze, bedroom-pop indie duo Pretty Preachers Club, and many more. The one-day event promises to bring some of the most exciting new from music across the UK with Vault City supplying delicious fruit-forward modern sour beers to accompany your viewing pleasure.
New Noise will take place across both the venue and the downstairs bar in King Tut’s with the action kicking off at 3pm.
Edinburgh-based Vault City Brewery co-founder Steven Smith-Hay, who began brewing beers in his Murrayfield kitchen in 2018, said: “We’re very lucky our business has gone from strength to strength during the pandemic, as beer drinkers became a bit more experimental and began to develop a taste for our modern sour beers. We want to pay it forward to those who have been unable to work and reach their audience. I missed going to see live music so much – but that pales in comparison to how live musicians who have been starved of their livelihood must feel.
“Partnering with a venue as iconic as King Tut’s is a dream come true. Hopefully, our new Taproom venue will have its own part to play in musical history!”
Chris Loomes, Booker of New Noise, at King Tut’s said “We are excited to be in partnership with such a like-minded brand. We are both aligned in the fact that we want to see the hottest new musical talent across Scotland and beyond shine. These last 18 months have been rough for musicians, and we want to do everything we can to help – it’s important we have partners who feel the same.”
Tickets are on sale Friday at 10am from www.kingtuts.co.uk/whats-o