Randolph's Leap make upbeat, brass-filled indie pop. The 8-piece group, led by Adam Ross, combine buoyant energy and catchy melodies with tenuous rhyming couplets, self-deprecating, humorous lyrics and unexpected tender moments. The band have released an extensive and beloved back catalogue and are set to release a brand new album in 2020. The band’s songs recently inspired a touring theatre show called The Isle of Love.
Recent years have seen the band curate a series of sell-out music and comedy events titled ‘I Can’t Dance To This Music’, feature Michael Fish in a video for setlist staple ‘Weatherman’, record repeat sessions on BBC 6Music and perform across the UK, including a solo tour with James Yorkston (Domino).
“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