Cola (members of Ought)

Didn’t think much of that last Ought album but I loved the first two and an interested in this new project.

Looks like there’s a tour happening around End of the Road as well, as I’ve just seen a Sunderland date pop up for 28/08

1 Like

UK Tour Dates

8.20 - Crickhowell, UK @ Green Man Festival
8.23 - Brighton, UK @ Prince Albert
8.24 - London, UK @ Moth Club
8.25 - Birmingham, UK @ Hare & Hounds
8.26 - Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade Bristol
8.27 - Birkenhead, UK @ Future Yard
8.28 - Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
8.30 - Edinburgh, UK @ Sneaky Pete’s
8.31 - Glasgow, UK @ Broadcast
9.1 - Newcastle UK @ The Cluny 2
9.2 - Nottingham, UK @ Rough Trade
9.3 - Manchester, UK @ Manchester Psych Fest (Yes)
9.4 - Salisbury, UK @ End of the Road Festival

3 Likes

Did have their best song of all on it tho

This is a bit different btw, has Sunderland where Leeds is and Leeds where Newcastle is

That’s a huge tour though, fair play

1 Like

@Sgreen a tour covering Edinburgh AND Glasgow once again

Future Yaaaarrrd get in

Glad to have them back

Desire?

1 Like

Indeed! That choir

1 Like

It’s an all timer, for sure. So gutted I never got to see them play

It’s not Beautiful Blue Sky though is it?

1 Like

Thanks, overlooked that post in 2022 albums hype.

I liked Ought’s 2nd and 3rd albums best, tbh. Tim Darcy’s solo was on the same level for me. Which is good but not great.

Liking the subdued sound of the Cola since “Blank Curtain”, Finding “So Excited” a little uneventful though.

1 Like

Enjoying this album, not a million miles from Ought but different enough to sound like its own thing

Darcy continues the trend of having a different singing voice on every album

2 Likes

I’d say it’s very close to Ought. Not a bad thing.

Water Table is grand

1 Like

Enjoying this a lot too. Feels a bit more musically restrained than Ought but doesn’t lack that lyrical bite. Landers is a wonderful closer

1 Like