The Highland rock band will mark the release of a new single with a gig in Inverness


A Highland rock band have revealed plans to hold a live gig in Inverness to celebrate the launch of their new single.

Bad Actress will take the stage for a personal, up-close performance on Saturday at the city’s HMV record store, located in the Eastgate Shopping Centre.

The performance will mark the launch of their new single, titled Hot Stuff.

Bad Actress will take the stage to perform her new single alongside a number of her other hits at HMV in Inverness, located in the Eastgate shopping centre.

The song is about performing live music on stage in the face of adversity and against all odds.

Chick McFarlane, the band’s lead guitarist, said they’re looking forward to playing their music in the store, which will be a new and interesting experience for the band.

“Hot Stuff is about trying, even if people tell you you can’t,” he said.

The bad actress encourages positivity and determination

“It’s having a passion to carry on and push life as far as you want. We definitely embrace that attitude as a band and recognize it in the many bands that have inspired us.

“We can’t wait to perform the song at the HMV in Inverness on Saturday, along with some of our other tracks. Playing in a store isn’t something we’ve done before, so it’s going to be interesting.

Bad Actress is made up of two longtime friends from Muir of Ord, Tommy B and 80-R, both 25, and three siblings from Moray; Vinnie Vexx, 23, Chick McFarlane, 21, and Lui Q, 18.

2022 has been a busy year for the group. The band played a host of shows at venues across Scotland, England and Wales, including a UK tour with Marco Mendoza.

They also played a number of gigs in Wales with American band Hardline and Swedish rock veterans Electric Boys.

In August they had a blast at the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival and in September they played a string of shows in England and Wales, including a headliner on the second stage at the O2 Academy in Sheffield in as part of the Hard Rock Hell Sleaze festival.

Their next show will be at Nairn Bandstand on Saturday October 15 before returning to Inverness for Monsterfest at Eden Court on October 28.

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