The Boy Who Trapped The Sun Tour Dates

The Boy Who Trapped The Sun is 25 year-old Colin MacLeod - the 'Boy Who' moniker, he says, 'feels bigger and less lonely' - from the Isle of Lewis, a windswept outcrop of Scotland's Outer Hebrides. In Lewis's thriving local music scene MacLeod became something of a star with his teenage band Sign Red – a thrash-y agit-punk band inspired by Rage Against The Machine. Later MacLeod had an epiphany after listening to Dylan's 'Masters Of War', realising music did not necessarily have to be loud to be powerful.

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Past Events

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    Wingham, Anchor Inn
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    Tywyn, Magic Lantern Cinema
  • Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival Twin Atlantic, James, Admiral Fallow, Alabama 3, Anderson McGinty Webster Ward & Fisher…
    Beauly, Belladrum Estate
  • goNORTH 2013 Alarm Bells, Algernon Doll, Arches, Atlas:Empire, Be Like Pablo…
    Inverness, Inverness City Centre
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    Inverness, The Ironworks
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    Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
  • Glenn Tilbrook Rachel Sermanni, The Boy Who Trapped The Sun
    Darvel, Darvel Town Hall
  • The Boy Who Trapped The Sun Gavin McGinty, Jill MacDonald, Courtney Stuart
    Dundee, Church
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    Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete's
  • The Boy Who Trapped The Sun This Silent Forest, Little Fire
    Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut