Fourtrak to the fore with Six Storeys High

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THE latest act to work with Peebles-based label Fourtrak Records release their new single this Saturday.

Edinburgh four-piece Six Storeys High launch My Last Favour at Studio 24 in their home city.

The group met up in 2006 while students at Craigmount High in Edinburgh. They have gone on to perform at Xfm’s Winter Wonderland and the HMV Picture House as well as winning the Edinburgh Schools Battle of the Bands.

Bobby Mooney of Fourtrak Records is excited about Six Storeys High.

He explained: “The power popstars have been building a loyal fan base in Edinburgh and beyond with regular support slots for the likes 
of Jakil, Radio Forth One to Watch winners Dirty Modern Hero and T in the Park stars Kassidy.

“This year they were selected to play at the capital’s inaugural Haddow Festival and reached the final of the national AyrPlay Festival competition.”

Bobby added: “With a shared love of Biffy Clyro and fellow Edinburgh band We Were Promised Jetpacks, Six Storeys High are writing new songs and planning new recordings.”

Made up of Stephen Gray, Scott Lackie, Jamie Lindsay and Ross Paterson, Six Storeys High launched their debut EP on Fourtrak Records in May in front of more than 600 fans at the Usher Hall.

And September saw them perform new songs as guests of Jakil at the newly-reopened Liquid Rooms.

Fourtrak Records was founded by Bobby Mooney, who named the indie label 
after the four-track tape recorder he used to record songs.

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