Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Xmas party with Annas family

Annas papa at xmas party.... cool

Sunday, 27 December 2009

Merry Christmas w The LaFontaines

Merry Crimbo ppl,

Hows things?

How about this year for xmas, we each tell one person we know to join our blog, so we can get some chat on the go?



Monday, 14 December 2009

The Food Hunt

We were playing in Aberdeen, after gig went to a party, arrived back at B&B around 6 a.m. STARVING, decided to raid persons fridge.

Special dishes of the day were:

Cheese and banana piece
The cats chicken
Frosties cereal in a cups

Monday, 7 December 2009

Light Up The Background - Brand New Track!

We’ve just uploaded our brand new track to the Myspace.

This is for the kids here…



Our brand new video for “Rap Boy” is now up on the myspace.

Filmed by our good friends “Shootback Productions” The video is taken from various LaFontaines ventures throughout 09. From festivals to showcase gigs its all in there. You might be as well if you have a swatch!

Let us know what you think?

Again thanks to Stu and his team at “Shootback Productions” for the time and effort they put into this, its much appreciated but in the end your aw still bawbags! Peaceee



Friday, 4 December 2009

Classic Grand Review

With revellers heading to the SECC to take in the Homecoming Show, the Classic Grand venue offered a suitable alternative in the form of emerging Motherwell five-piece The LaFontaines.

The enthusiastic group purvey hip-rock dipped in tartan paint, in keeping with the recent revival of the colloquial accent in music, and their native twist on a distinctly American concept has spliced an of-the-moment genre with conventional bar chords and catchy choruses.

They have been on the periphery of the much-coveted industry radar for a while now without ever being appropriately heralded, but interest continues to grow, and Saturday evening represented a headline show in a well-respected setting.

Peter Dickson (The X Factor Voice Bloke to you and me) booms his message of endorsement, and they arrive onstage to a rapturous reception from a healthy audience. Vocalist Kerr Okan is the focal point of their musical onslaught, and he comfortably cements a rapport with the crowd as they surge through a blistering set.

Okan, sporting a blinding yellow t-shirt, verbalises his contempt for contemporary life and is utterly believable as he spouts his candid views. Kudos is immeasurably added, however, in the accessibility of the songs; the remaining quartet ably builds songs around his tirades, ensuring that that they could be streamlined into the popular consciousness with relative ease.

‘Superstar’ and ‘Vulcan’ are particular standouts, but the performance and outlook in general is impressive – it would be easy for this Frankenstein approach to music to be sodden in familiar clich├ęs, however it sounds fresh and inviting while maintaining a razor sharp edge.

‘Rap is just for people who can’t sing’ cries Okan, but it is the only self-deprecating lyric in what is a hugely confident show.

Paul Macdonald

*Catch the review soon in a few of this weeks sunday papers + also "The List"*


Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Classic Grand Headline Show

Should of done this by now, but just to say thanks to everyone who made it out on Saturday night! You could have been anywhere else in the world but you chose to spend it with us. We feel the love man!!

Here is some pics from the night….Ps watch out for the new video you might be in it!

more pics over at:



Yo and welcome to our very first blog(sorta).

Tbh we have always been rather gash at these sort of things, but with so much going on over the last few months to present day, we sort of owe it to you to keep you in the loop!

These blogs will be updated on a weekly basis, or as and when new shit happens! They will have exclusive pics, videos and anything random enough to find its way in. We recently purchased a digital cam, because in all honesty wayyyy to much funny shit happens when we hit the road! So would be cool for you guys to see it and comment on the crack. I will also be hopefully starting to interview random bands, acts people we play with, so please if you have any inappropriate questions make sure you send them in cause that’s the idea!

We will try and make this as active as possible, sort of like a forum I suppose only without all the shite that comes with that.

Coming up we have a mini Scottish tour, starting in: Ayr 5th Aberdeen, 6th, Stirling 7th (early doors) and Edinburgh at night. If your free come down, would be good to kick it!

We have a brand new track we will post on the myspaz which is defoo on some cool different shit, I even rap in 7/8!!!!! TELL ME WHO THE FUCK RAPS IN 7/8???????? I am trying to claim the crown for only rapper to do so, so please correct me if I’m wrong before I make my announcement!


There will be a video for Rap boy up this week- Thanks to Stu and his Shootback production team for that again!!!

Anyway we will keep in touch, hope your into it!
Cheers Kerr & The LaFontaines