Hogmanay is shaping up to be a very exciting gig as Chameleon Lady are playing on the same bill as one of Scotland's most popular folk-rock bands: Skerryvore.
This will be an amazing moment for the band as Skerryvore is one of their many influences and the boys are very much looking forward to adding to the party atmosphere with a fellow high-energy Scottish band.
The band's most recent success was a sold out headline Fringe Festival show at The Mash House in Edinburgh where they had the crowd dancing non-stop and crying out for more when it came to an end.
With an aim to release a brand new single in November, the band are heading back into the studio over the next month to record this track.
The band are always rehearsing and songwriting to ensure they are at the top of their game and can continue producing new tracks that will go on an album. After the success of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Mash House gig, Chameleon Lady are in talks with other venues.
The most recent release from Chameleon Lady is the original single 'Home (The Highlands)'. This was an exciting project which allowed members of the band to explore different sounds and work together to produce a song written by them that embodies their high-energy identity. Not only was this track recorded in a professional environment (Caribou Recording Studio) but was followed by the band's first music video, produced by Helmworks Film. The filming of this video took 10 intensive days, showcased the beautiful landscapes of Scotland and marked the first exciting step towards creating more of its kind. You can have a watch of the video on our homepage.
The band released their first EP 'Calling Card' in July 2018, which was fully recorded and produced by the band's own Robbie Hutchison. It features a variety of original tracks as well as unique covers. The release was met with a positive reaction from pre-existing fans and newcomers alike, laying the foundations for their fanbase as it exists today. Original songs such as 'Where'd the Time Go' and 'Sun Is Up' have received thousands of streams and continue to grow in popularity as the band's profile heightens. Songs on the EP were debuted when Chameleon Lady headlined Le Festival Glandon which marked the end of their 2-week French tour in 2018.
Chameleon Lady played the Midstock Festival in September 2018 - a local but steadily growing festival where the band were on the bill with the likes of The Darkness and The Noisettes.
Thanks to longstanding ties in France the band have enjoyed two consecutive tours in the summers of 2018 and 2019. Highlight gigs of these tours were playing to thousands of people at the Marché Picnique St Yrieix and bagging a primetime slot at Le Festival Glandon which saw them whip up a frenzy in the rural French setting