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F E A T U R E D   R E V I E W S

'… absolutely gorgeous...' – BBC Radio Scotland

'a sublime, modern sound' - The Scotsman

'Beautiful work' - BBC Introducing's Fresh on the Net

'melodically poignant' - PRS for Music's M Magazine

'instantly spellbinding' - The Vinyl District


'truly sparkles with harmonies and warm melodies'- The National Student


'bold arrangements and soaring vocals... anthemic' - When You Motor Away

'What a joy it is to hear siblings harmonise' - Folk Radio UK



Scottish duo Galileo's Fan released their debut album, I Won't Be Found, on 16th September 2019 via GF Records.


The album is an undeniably compelling collection of cinematic vignettes from the offset. Each track combines subtle electronics with poignant harmonies and anthemic melodies to create Galileo's Fan's signature indie-pop sound. Nods to their traditional folk roots can be found throughout the album, cleverly mixed with modern, celestial soundscapes to make their unique sound truly majestic. Fans of the likes of The Frames and Of Monsters and Men will feel at home here. Talking about the album, the band elaborate 'the songs are a collection of personal stories of love, loss, political dismay and life experience. The album portrays an insight into both a male and female perspective on modern life and the trials that shadow it.'


Siblings Fi (vocals/piano/keys) and Martin Vass (vocals/guitars) grew up in Nairn in the Scottish highlands where they played folk and traditional music alongside their siblings, including renowned folk musician and composer Mike Vass. In 2012, Galileo's Fan was born and the duo have been regulars on the Scottish live circuit ever since. The pair have already received praise from the likes of Folk Radio, BBC Radio Scotland, Best of British Unsigned and PRS for Music's M-Magazine, as well as performing at prestigious festivals such as Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Yes Festival.

Galileo's Fan is available for interviews

EPK, photos and artwork available upon request

Sam Davis- PR Manager


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