THE beauty of the T Break stage, where up and coming bands obtain a slot after a tough selection process, is that it throws up a completely mixed bag of burgeoning talent.
Saturday night’s T Break is no different, and one band in particular show certain joie de vivre that sets them apart from their peers. Clydebank quintet, Waiting For Go, put on a performance of ballsy confidence that is more than justified by their blend of trance and indie pop. Frontman Jordan Butler is full of cheek and sparks an immediate bond with a sizable crowd, even earning a bra thrown on stage to tick the final box proving the audience is well and truly won over
The disco dabs and off beat guitars are well married in a fresh burst of summer sound, and the group’s collective performance is impressively tight in light of their ambitious set up. Stand out track ‘On the Dancefloor’ is a real treat worth investigating for it’s raw, thrashing vibe, and there is a real buzz about these boys that could well see them dubbed a tartan Two Door Cinema Club.