AN Inverclyde band are gearing up to play an iconic Glasgow venue for the first time as a group this weekend.

Future Colours, made up of Steven Campbell, Steven Kelly, Andrew Sutherland and Darren Smith, will perform at King Tut’s on Sunday night.

The indie rock band was formed during the Covid-19 lockdown in 2020 by Steven and Steven.

Friends Andrew and Darren later joined the line up ahead of Future Colours’ first live shows.

Steven Campbell told the Tele that Sunday’s gig will be a ‘special one’ for the musicians as it will be the first time they have played the famous venue, where Oasis were discovered, together.

They will be joined on the bill at the 'King Tut's Presents' event by bands Corrine, Picture The Scene and Slowmove.

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Steven Campbell said: “We're really excited to play King Tut's.

"We’ve seen all our favourite bands play there, so the history always weighs a bit heavy when something like this comes around.

“There will be a good mix of bands on the night.

“There’s such an amazing amount of unsigned and under the radar music out there – I feel we are very spoiled in Scotland.

“There is definitely something on the bill for everyone.”

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After this weekend’s gig, Future Colours’ focus will turn to playing shows across Scotland and recording a new EP.

The band recently released their single ‘Nowhere Is Further Than Here’, which is now available on streaming platforms.

Steven said: “When King Tut’s offer us a gig we had to adjust things as we couldn’t say no.

“The plan is now to follow up the release with some gigs around the country, and we’re hoping to venture a bit further afield this year as we’ve been doing mostly Glasgow and Edinburgh gigs.”

Tickets for the King Tut’s show are available now at