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Born and bred in Glasgow, but with more in common with the swampy blues of Louisiana, Tijuana Bibles are a mix of grungy sludge-based riffs and groove-laden rhythms. Fresh off their debut EP 'Wild River', 2014 has already seen announced for T in The Park (BBC introducing), Wickerman and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival. The band sold out King Tut's legendary New Year's bash The New Year's Revolution, supported Deap Valley and won a nomination for ‘Best New Act’ at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards.
Tijuana Bibles released new single ‘Crucifixion’ off the back of their recent free download 'Toledo', which saw them win support from the likes of NME and Q Magazine. Carrying the same red-blooded Southern-fried energy that propelled 'Toledo' into a wall of aggressive energy, 'Crucifixion' is an exciting cut of rock courtesy of Scotland.
‘Crucifixion’ was released through Dead Beet Records on June 13th 2014.