Anchor Lane


Anchor Lane, who cite a wide range of influences including Nothing but Thieves, Royal Blood, Biffy Clyro, Queens of the Stone Age, Muse and Foo Fighters are undoubtedly one of the most exciting bands to come out of Scotland in recent years.

2023 saw the release of their new album Call This a Reality? which garnered top reviews and airplay from the likes of Jack Saunders, Daniel P. Carter & Alyx Holcombe at BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing and Planet Rock etc. The album entered the Top Ten Official UK Rock Albums Chart upon release, scoring the band back-to-back Top Ten placements as their debut album Casino did likewise. Notably in the Official UK album charts, Call This a Reality? also placed at#3 in the Record Store chart, #9 in the Scottish chart and #21 in the Independent chart.

Anchor Lane have built a reputation as a thrilling and dynamic live act through several successful headline UK tours and appearances at numerous prominent music festivals such as Download, Isle of Wight, Belladrum and most recently Reading & Leeds.  The band have also played notable guest spots with artists like Eagles of Death Metal, Tremonti & Skindred and look forward to embarking on their own headline dates across the UK this forthcoming spring.

You can see the videos for the first two singles taken from ‘Call This A Reality?’ at these links:
Stutter / ‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pore

See their website here


“one of the hottest new rock bands right now” – BBC Radio 1 Rock Show

“their sound is irresistible” – BBC Radio 1 Introducing

“ballsy Scottish rockers Anchor Lane stir things up” – Planet Rock

“a relentless display of modern rock and in-your-face Glaswegian grit” – Total Ntertainment

“The music is infectious, it’s impossible not to enjoy these guys” – RockSound

“innovative & profoundly enjoyable with melodies that seep into your brain” – NME

“Anchor Lane left the crowd wanting more!”Music News Monthly