Album artwork for We Don't Like The People We've Become by Gallus

GALLUS bottle that sense of anticipation, the idea that anything could happen. Throwing back to the days when responsibilities were few, anticipation was high, and opportunity was around every corner. The band combine the energetic bounce of Sports Team with the tongue in cheek running commentary of life in 2022 of Yard Act and the introspection of contemporaries Fontaines D.C. The band's reputation for electric, and at times chaotic, live shows grew quickly, and they soon took to filling rooms up and down the UK, Europe and beyond. Having supported the likes of Biffy Clyro and played to thousands at festivals and showcases, including SXSW, The Great Escape and ESNS, in the last 12 months, Gallus' reputation on the international stage is starting to grow in notoriety. This was reflected in the band being crowned Best Rock/Alternative Category at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards in 2022.

Gallus

We Don't Like The People We've Become

Marshall
Album artwork for We Don't Like The People We've Become by Gallus
LP +

£24.99

Blue
Released 16/06/2023Catalogue Number

ACCS10570

Album artwork for We Don't Like The People We've Become by Gallus
CD

£14.99

Released 16/06/2023Catalogue Number

ACCS-10567

Gallus

We Don't Like The People We've Become

Marshall
Album artwork for We Don't Like The People We've Become by Gallus
LP +

£24.99

Blue
Released 16/06/2023Catalogue Number

ACCS10570

Album artwork for We Don't Like The People We've Become by Gallus
CD

£14.99

Released 16/06/2023Catalogue Number

ACCS-10567

GALLUS bottle that sense of anticipation, the idea that anything could happen. Throwing back to the days when responsibilities were few, anticipation was high, and opportunity was around every corner. The band combine the energetic bounce of Sports Team with the tongue in cheek running commentary of life in 2022 of Yard Act and the introspection of contemporaries Fontaines D.C. The band's reputation for electric, and at times chaotic, live shows grew quickly, and they soon took to filling rooms up and down the UK, Europe and beyond. Having supported the likes of Biffy Clyro and played to thousands at festivals and showcases, including SXSW, The Great Escape and ESNS, in the last 12 months, Gallus' reputation on the international stage is starting to grow in notoriety. This was reflected in the band being crowned Best Rock/Alternative Category at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards in 2022.