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Levenmouth band pay tribute to ‘amazing fans’

A scene from BTB's new Weekend Warrior video, filmed with fans at a recent gig at Brannigans, Leven.

A scene from BTB's new Weekend Warrior video, filmed with fans at a recent gig at Brannigans, Leven.

Levenmouth band Break the Butterfly have said a big thank you to fans - by including them in their new video.

Just seven months old, the four-piece have been blown away by the grassroots support, with busloads making trips from Levenmouth to see their gigs further afield.

“Our fans are amazing,” said frontman Cameron Barnes. “When we filmed our latest music video called Weekend Warrior, we had a choice of venues and we chose Brannigans in Leven as a way of saying thanks to our own ‘weekend warriors’.

“Methil, Leven and Buckhaven are starting to have a great music scene and we also wanted to put the area in the spotlight. The View attracted attention to Dundee and a lot of bands did very well after that - we’d love to do our own home towns proud by doing the same.”

As well as Cameron on vocals, rhythm guitar and pipes, the band includes drummer Billy Underwood, who, like Cameron, hails from Methil, Craig Thomson, from Leven, on lead guitar and Kenny Baird, from Kirkcaldy, on bass guitar and keyboard.

They are writing new material and recording over the summer but will be back with a bang in October - supporting Big Country at the Rothes Halls.

In the meantime, social media is keeping them in the public eye.

The band’s five music videos on their YouTube channel have had more than 25,000 views.

 

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