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Single by Sunday

January 7, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm


PM Music & Academy Events present another Mainstage O2 ABC showcase of emerging Scottish Artists, this time headlining the rapidly rising Single by Sunday from Glasgow with support from Miami Monroe from Hamilton, Altered Sky from Glasgow, District 55 from Glasgow, This Mankind from Cumbernauld and Parallel Lights from Linlithgow … come and support your local scene as these guys tear up the legendary Mainstage O2 ABC, Glasgow’s busiest concert venue.



Watch out world, here comes ‘Single βy Sunday’ the latest and most dynamic four piece from Glasgow.

With a level of pop sensibility and an infectious catchiness to their songs, the band list a wide range of luminaries e.g. Blink 182, The 1975, 5SOS, The Specials, McFly, Paramore, Green Day and the list goes on and on.

“We just want to write songs that we can jump around to and hopefully everyone else wants to jump around to as well.”

Since the release of their debut EP: ‘Get Up Get Out’ at the end of 2015, the band have been busy working on new material as well as playing to a growing fan base. Their follow up EP; Atom Bomb, released 3rd June 2016, is yet another slice of pop punk brilliance.

Although currently unsigned, the band have not gone unnoticed. Capital FM named them as Scotland’s best unsigned band, and as winners of #CapitalsOneToWatch competition they were invited to play the prestigious Scottish Music Awards in aid of Nordoff Robbins. The band recently headlined and ‘SOLD OUT’ their shows at King Tut’s, O2 ABC and Electric Circus, Edinburgh. The band were also main support to The Janoskians at The Garage in Glasgow.

‘Single βy Sunday’ currently have growing social media support in the shape of 58.9k+ Twitter followers, 20.263k+ Facebook likes and 14.4k Instagram followers.

Featuring – Josh Ladds – Lead Vocals & Guitar, Jonny Eakins – Guitar & Vocals, Jack Black – Bass & Vocals, George Wilson – Drums & Piano.



With support from …


Miami Monroe was a famous gardener who’s love for pop-punk grew into something much more special that potting a Petunia. He eventually grew so large from all the pop-punk, that his body gave birth to 5 brand new Miami Monroe’s. They went on to become a fast and energetic band, heavily inspired by the likes of Green Day, You Me At Six, The Bouncing Souls, and of course, Snoop Doggy Dogg.

With one E.P. called “Knots & Crosses” (available in iTunes **wink wink**) under their belt, Miami Monroe are currently working on a second E.P. which promises to be faster, heavier and all played with guitars slung even lower. Check out Miami Monroe’s Facebook or give them a listen on Spotify or YouTube. Much Love xx



In the words of lyricist Ana Nowosielska, the Glasgow rock band are “painting stories in real life” with their infectious brand of pop-rock. Altered Sky stand out from the crowd with their upbeat, punkish sensibility which is the backbone to their radio-friendly college rock.

Formed in 2010, this hard-working band have travelled along the traditional route of playing small venues up and down the country. Those efforts look set to bear fruit as the stages, crowds and fanbase all are becoming bigger, alongside the bands they are playing with.


Career highlights so far include two supports with We Are The In Crowd at the Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, one of which was opening Slam Dunk Scotland 2014. The band have also supported The Wonder Years, Decade, State Champs, A Loss For Words and Neck Deep.

In 2013 following headline shows in the Garage, Glasgow and London’s famous 100 Club in Camden, the band launched their EP ‘Stop And Live’ which was a follow-up to the critically acclaimed ‘In This World’.


On 20th November 2015 Altered Sky released their self funded debut album, Without Wonderland, which was recorded with Romesh Dodangoda at Longwave Studios, Cardiff. The album is currently receiving fantastic reviews across the country, none more so than Kerrang Magazine who gave it 4Ks.

‘Waves’ the 2nd release from the album has been aired on Kerrang Radio, TeamRock and BBC Radio 2. The band’s recent UK album tour saw them smash attendance records from their previous outings and they have been tipped by both Apple Music and Huffington Post for 2016. Even broadcasting legend ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris said “…remember the name”.

The band have recently signed a US PR deal and with 2 UK tours and a run of HMV and Pulp instore shows to promo the new album, they will be busier than ever this year!

The album is available across the UK from 11th March.

The band line-up is:

Ana Nowosielska – Vocals

Amy Blair – Drums/backing vocals

Rich Passe – Guitar

Ryan Zdrojewski – Guitar

Ross Archibald – Bass




District55 are a four-piece rock band from Glasgow. Going for over 5 years now, the band have been working hard on the Scottish live scene and getting their music out to as many people as possible. A loyal following has been built up along the way and have seen the boys perform on FM radio, support touring bands, perform at the Merchant City Festival and bring the house down at King tuts. Influenced by artists such as R.E.M, Stereophonics and Pearl Jam, the song writing is always paramount and appeals to a wide audience. 2017 is going to be a big year for District 55 as their heavily anticipated debut album is due to be released and aims to push them on to the next level.




This Mankind are a five piece Alternative Rock band from Cumbernauld, Scotland. They just released their new EP “Dreams Make Up For Lost Time” which is available from itunes, Spotify, Amazon, BandCamp and Soundcloud. We have been a band for eight years and continue to write songs and perform at venues in and around the Glasgow area.



Parallel Lights from West Lothian consisting of Jamie Morrow (Guitar & Vocals), Paul Newling (Bass guitar & Vocals), Shane Steven (Drums) and David Mclaughlin (Guitar) are a four piece melodic punk rock band from Livingston. The band started mid 2015, With influences from Blink182, Angels & Airwaves, Green Day, Good Charlotte, Sum 41 and many more. In November 2015 the band recorded a few demos they had been working on and moved on to play their first gig in March 2016.


Over the summer the band has been really busy playing shows, from the o2Abc2 (Glasgow), Electric Circus (Edinburgh) to the Flat Tops Bar (Newcastle). The band have recently came out of The studio (La Chunky Glasgow) with there first Single “He Said She Said” which is available on YouTube, SoundCloud and soon to be I Tunes / Spotify!








January 7, 2017
6:00 pm - 10:30 pm



02 ABC1 Glasgow
300 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, G2 3JA
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0141 332 2232


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