|2nd October 2021|
Cathouse Rock Club
15 Union Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 3R8
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The Spitfires launch their incredible new album Life Worth Living on Acid Jazz Records, which recently charted at #1 on the Indie Breakers Chart and #4 in the overall Indie Chart.
Life Worth Living was produced by Simon Dine - who was behind the desk for Paul Weller’s 22 Dreams, Wake Up The Nation and Sonik Kicks albums amongst a varied CV including his own Noonday Underground releases.
Fronted by creative lynchpin Billy Sullivan alongside bassist Sam Long, and drummer Matt Johnson, the Spitfires have built a loyal fanbase since their inception, amassing 20k album sales and performing over three hundred concerts.
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