Two Dundee teenagers will launch their band’s first EP in the city next month.
Albany, formed by guitarist Jamie Cruickshank and drummer Jack Guyan, both 15, will launch “Origins” at Church on Friday September 7.
Having played together for about five years, the boys decided to form the two-piece instrumental rock band earlier this year.
Despite having only two members, Albany make use of multiple amps and pedals to create a larger sound than would normally be associated with a two-piece band.
They have performed in various local clubs and bars, including Dundee’s Almost Blue festival in July.
Jamie said: “We’re really excited to be launching our first EP and to be part of Dundee’s young music scene.
“We’re also really grateful to Music Plus for making this happen and to Ginger Jesus Promotions and Management for its role in getting our name out there for the launch.”
Jack added: “We’ve always enjoyed performing but writing these songs and now having them professionally recorded has been a brilliant experience and one which hopefully takes us to a new level.”
Dougie Black, of Ginger Jesus Promotions and Management, said: “When Albany asked me to promote their EP launch it was a bit of a no-brainer for me.
“They are talented young lads with the world at their feet.”