Glasgow Jazz Festival - Pee Wee Ellis and Federation of the Disco Pimp

An incredible & humbling few days with the legend that is Pee Wee Ellis.

It was a total honour to have Pee Wee guest with us - he and the rest of the JB's have always been 'The Standard'. Their Tightness, Sound, Pocket, Togetherness & of course Hard Work Ethic is what we always aim for!

A huge thanks for Jill Rodger & Glasgow Jazz Festival for bringing us together at The Old Fruitmarket & to Warren Thomson & Hoochie Coochie for making a second night happen!! They both were special.

The Fruitmarket show was recorded for BBC Radio Scotland and will be broadcast soon for you all to hear / re-live so watch this space!

And as always, THANK YOU ALL for always turning up and the support you give the band in so many different ways - it means everything to us!

I Love Tomorrow

On May 7th, we ALL have the right to our say - stand up and be counted, for whatever you want.......GET VOTING!!!!

***I LOVE TOMORROW*** from our upcoming LIVE album/DVD - 'No Place Like Home'. Shot at this years Celtic Connections and twinned with footage from the rooftop of Studio G Brooklyn, marking the launch of our 2nd studio album 'Inamorata', to a sold-out Glasgow crowd. WATCH>LIKE>SHARE & WATCH AGAIN.

Videography by Magnus Graham, Darren Hercher, James McLaughlin and Dave Macleod.

Brooklyn rooftop footage by Ross Saunders

Editing by Magnus Graham and Ross Saunders

Order 'Inamorata' on Double Vinyl / CD & digital download now at - www.fotdp.com/store

Brand new live videos from our Celtic Connections / Inamorata album launch gig now available to view on YouTube!!

We've just uploaded 2 brand new videos from our 'No Place Like Home' concert, filmed in January as part of Celtic Connections 2015!  Huge thanks to Magnus Graham for gathering together an awesome film crew and tackling the mammoth task of editing this high energy behemoth!

Watch out for future uploads from this concert as the year unfolds!

Credits:

Film Crew - Magnus Graham, Darren Hercher, James McLaughlin and Dave Macleod.

Video editing by Magnus Graham

Audio recording by Iain Hutchison

Audio mixing and mastering by Ross Saunders

Special thanks Ross Hammond for his post production wizardry!