When Kid Canaveral formed in St Andrews in 2005, the four-piece set out as an indie-pop rabble with a love for cassettes, a song about Smash Hits and a support slot with 1980s chanteuse Tiffany on the cards. Since then though, they've stealthily, congenially evolved from DIY party-starters to serious contenders for the Scottish pop throne, with a glorious line in melodic alt-rock that's up there with Frightened Rabbit and Biffy Clyro.
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