The Muldoons are steeped in the finest traditions of Scottish indie music.
The band were all born and grew up around the much loved, but neglected council estates of Paisley in Scotland. The melodic, jangling guitars, fast edgy riffs and sweet vocal melodies draw on the best influences of 80s and 90s indie music but with a modern perspective.
The members all have deep roots in Scotland’s indie music scene, including Greg Bolland who’s first band, The Church Grims, can claim to have helped give birth to the indie guitar movement in the late 80s.
In 2018 The Muldoons first single, Lovely Things, attracted strong attention and radio play across the UK, Europe and USA. Their optimistic, high tempo, indie guitar music caught a mood and saw them play sell out gigs at King Tuts, O2 ABC with a rousing homecoming at Paisleys Indie Festival.
The Muldoons are not attempting to re-invent music, but they want to re-ignite the passion for songs about ordinary life with the kinds of melodies and energy that first burst into life on record players in the grim estates in forgotten towns like Paisley. 2019 promises to be an exciting year for The Muldoons with the single Don’t Be Like That Girl ready for release and an album to follow in the summer.