As Silver Subscription package plus:
Free entry to all December shows during 2019/20 including sound checks and backstage access (where possible)
VIP to launch events
Name credited on 2020 album
As Gold Subscription package plus: Spend a day with December during 2019/20. Talk. eat, strategize with us; and write a song with us and be assured of a confirmed release as a single in 2020. Contribute lyrical or musical ideas. Work on it with us beforehand in person or virtually. Attend the recording of track in studio studio or join online. Final content of the track and production is at our discretion. You will be credited as a co-writer.
For a yearly subscription of just £30, gain access to the following Members only features:
Access to digital files of all back catalogue (excluding ’33’ due to licensing hence provision of CD) and all new music during 2020;
Copy of our 2020 album 'Ivanovna' [scheduled for September 2020] on CD;
Studio live streams whenever we are recording;
Advance access to all new releases and video content;
Regular exclusive video content;
3 exclusive online shows during 2020;
Membership of a private facebook group with regular and easy access to the band;
Sign up to create your member only login. Once we receive your payment we will approve your membership.
Once you have signed up, check your inbox for an email with instructions on how to set up your £30 yearly subscription.
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Welcome. Thank you for visiting. We are Ails, Scott, Paul and Graeme: a band called December from Glasgow in Scotland. Our love of bands like U2 and The Alarm got us into this and we hope you will join us for the journey. You can find out everything you could ever want to know about us in our blog here.
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Glasgow band December grew up together in the 80s and 90s and released I will let you have your say, their debut album in 2015. The album is a collection of 13 songs celebrating the band’s heroes and influences.
December count U2 as a major influence and got together after seeing the original Joshua Tree tour in 1987 in Scotland. The band have followed U2 their whole lives and released ‘Alison Stewart’, a song about U2 in November 2015 with all proceeds going to benefit Irish charity Chernobyl Children International. This was followed by the single Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish in March 2016.
The band played the official fan-led celebrations of U2’s 40th anniversary in Dublin in September 2016. December also played pre-show gigs prior to the U2 shows in London and Dublin this year.
The band released ’33’ a 10-song album of re-interpretations of U2 classics on 30 September 2017 at Glasgow’s Oran Mor. The band then travelled to Sao Paulo in Brazil as guest of the U2 fanclub U2Brasil and played a sold out show on 20 October just prior to U2 closing out the Joshua Tree Tour 2017 in the city.
December released Sister and Brothers, a deeply personal album, in April 2018. Since then the band has released reinterpretations of In a big country [Big Country], Where were you hiding when the storm broke [The Alarm] and a new single I was the lion. The band toured internationally in 2018 and are currently writing and recording in Scotland.