Clean Up Your Eyes
'Clean Up Your Eyes' is the second single to be released by hotly tipped Scottish newcomers, The Dykeenies. It is a monster of a track - anthemic, uplifting and utterly infectious - a joyful and moving love song for the 21st Century. Produced by Dimitri Tikovoi (Placebo, Goldfrapp) and mixed by Danton Supple (Coldplay, U2), it will be available on CD, 7" vinyl and as a download.
The Dykeenies' debut album is due for release in September 2007.
Since they formed in the summer of 2005, The Dykeenies are fast gaining a reputation as a must see live band. Last year saw them perform on the NME Rock 'n Roll Riot tour alongside The Horrors, The Maccabees and The Fratellis. So far this year they have supported Maximo Park and Get Cape Wear Cape Fly and recently sold out Glasgow's QMU, where a rapturous audience of loyal fans sang every word from start to finish.
7 July - Oxegen Festival, Ireland
8 July - T in the Park, Kinross
10 July - Aberdeen Kef
11 July - Dundee Westport bar
12 July - Glasgow King Tut's
13 July - Glasgow King Tut's
14 July - Newcastle Academy 2
15 July - Guilfest - Guilford
16 July - Islington Academy
18 July - Cardiff Barfly
19 July - Wolverhampton Varsity
20 July - Brighton Barfly
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