Kashmir Crows are a 6 piece band from Dundee, Scotland who play an eclectic mix of alternative rock, indie, soul, blues and funk.
Kashmir Crows’ multiple genres merge together to create a distinctive warm expressive sound reminiscent of Arcade Fire, Black Keys, Elbow and The Doors.
Expect swishy Hammond organ, floaty funky bass lines, tamed yet tempered drumming, exquisitely delivered guitar riffs and vocals delivered with raw emotion and sincere passion.
Having formed at the beginning of 2016, Kashmir Crows immediately made a small dent in the Scottish music scene with a winning performance at the ‘STV Biggest Cheer’ competition in Glasgow, second place in the Buskers Battle of the Bands in Dundee and a winning performance at the Ginger Jesus Battle of the Bands Final the following year cemented their place as one of the bands to watch from Dundee.
With 2 Scottish tours under their belt, taking in Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newport, Inverness and Dunfermline and festival appearances at Carnival Fifty Six (main stage), Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Dundee Westfest, Glenfiddich Festival Experiment, Gig at the Goil, Dundee Fake Festival, Silverburn Festival and EH6 Festival.
Throughout this short period Kashmir Crows have supported or shared the stage with Big Country, Space, Sham 69, The Pigeon Detectives, Twin Atlantic, Fatherson, Mark Ronson, Kyle Falconer and White.
Kashmir Crows released their debut studio EP ‘The Fever EP’ on Monday 13th November 2017. The release was be accompanied by a music video for lead track ‘Fever’ and was celebrated with a sell out show at Church, Dundee (250 cap) on Saturday 18th November 2017.
Kashmir Crows are Ian Black (lead vocals and acoustic guitar), Rajan Vaid (lead guitar), David Falconer (rhythm guitar), Angela Branney (keys), Alex Campbell (bass) and Craig Armstrong (drums)