About

Randolph’s Leap are a Glasgow-based musical project ranging from a solo act to an eight-piece band. Nairn-born Adam Ross and friends have been making pop music for unpopular people since 2010.

Randolph’s Leap began releasing music via DIY labels in 2010. Their first full album release came in 2014 when Lost Map unveiled Clumsy Knot, an engrossing patchwork of jubilant brass-filled chamber pop and tender low-key folk. This was followed up in 2016 with Cowardly Deeds on Olive Grove Records, a noisy full-band album recorded in a remote farmhouse, while 2018 brought Worryingly Okay, a return to the fuzzy, lo-fi folksinger style of Adam’s most early recordings. Adam has also recently toured Scotland, providing music for ‘The Isle of Love’, a successful 5-star reviewed theatre show inspired by lyrics from the band’s extensive back catalogue.

Recent years have seen the band curate a series of sell-out music and comedy events in Glasgow titled ‘I Can’t Dance To This Music’, record repeat sessions on BBC 6Music and perform across the UK, including a solo tour with James Yorkston (Domino Records). 

 “A band deserving of every shred of love and success which came Belle & Sebastian’s way” – The Scotsman

 “Masters of melody… lo-fi indie-pop gems” – The Metro

“They’re ace!” Marc Riley, BBC 6Music

“The next generation of witty Scottish indie pop” – The Quietus

“They will be huge” – Ian Rankin, Scottish crime writer

Discography

Battleships & Kettle Chips – CD EP, Olive Grove Records, 2010

The Curse of the Haunted Headphones – Cassette album, Peenko Records, 2012

Introducing Randolph’s Leap – CD compilation album, self – release, 2012

As Fast As A Man – CD EP, Peenko Records 2012

Hermit – 7” EP, Fence Records 2012

Real Anymore – CD mini – album, Olive Grove Records, 2013

Clumsy Knot – Vinyl & CD album, Lost Map, 2014

Most Clunky – Vinyl live album, Lost Map, 2015

Cowardly Deeds – Vinyl & CD album, Olive Grove Records, 2016

The Isle of Love – CD compilation album, self – release, 2018

Worryingly Okay – CD album, Lost Map, 2018

 

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