Adam and the bands new single “Whatever It Is You Do” featuring the very amazing Pitchcraft choir is out now and available to download/stream from iTunes, Amazon, Apple, Spotify and all good music sites worldwide.

Adam and the bands record label, Gogar Records, are releasing a radio edit of the Midnight Milk album track “Whatever It Is You Do” this Friday….with a twist!

The very amazing Pitchcraft Choir have added incredible backing vocals to the original recording and you can download the song for a limited time for free here

Thank you to the huge amount of people who have signed up for band updates in the last 24 hours, you should now have received the download link to your free song.

Except……some people have signed up using Blog or other usernames and their email addresses have not pulled through to our mailing list system. Anyone who hasn’t received their link, can you please email us and we’ll add them on?

Likewise, current followers who signed up before the “free song offer” and would like their copy then please email too and we’ll add you on.

The contact to use is



Adam and the band’s live session for the BBC, featuring new single Whatever It Is You Do and four other songs, is now up on the BBC iPlayer and you can watch it at your leisure here

Adam and the band filmed a live TV session for the BBC at their Pacific Quay studios in Glasgow and you can watch the recording of the new single Whatever It Is You Do here

Adam and the band have a number of gigs lined up for January and February and will be playing…

31st January – O2 ABC, Glasgow with Courtney Marie Andrews
8th February – The Met, Bury with Fara
9th February – Clonter Opera House Clonter
11th February – The Old Cinema Launderette, Durham
23rd February – The Live Room, Saltaire
25th February – The Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
26th February – Perth Theatre Studio with Laurie Cameron

Ticket links with full details available here

Adam and the band are filming a Quay Session in front of  live audience at the BBC studios in Glasgow on Wednesday the 17th of January and we have a limited allocation of free tickets to give away.

Please email us at to reserve them, but be quick, as it’s first come, first serve and it will definitely sell out.

We’ll update this once the allocation is gone and, if you miss out, you can still apply via the BBC ballot here