The Vaselines come to Liverpool’s Static Gallery. No, rly.


Yup you read correctly, Edinburgh’s twee-pop cult icons Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee are set to bring The Vaselines to Liverpool in September.

Belle & Sebastian, Mudhoney and just about every lo-fi pop band since the late 80s has cited Scotland’s The Vaselines as a key influence.
Having been covered extensively since their split in 1990, most notably on Nirvana‘s Incesticide, the band regrouped in 2006 with a spate of low key gigs including last year’s Latitude Festival.
Now they’re headed for Liverpool after the city’s Wingwalker promotions team lines up a gig at Static Gallery on Saturday September 18.
To buy tickets go here. In the meantime, take a listen to these memorable choice cuts by the band and a Kurt Cobain favourite.

The Vaselines: Son Of A Gun

The Vaselines: Molly’s Lips live

The Vaselines performing Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam live in the KEXP 90.3 FM studio.

Nirvana: Molly’s Lips (live at Reading)




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