Lipsync for a Lullaby is a band formed in Edinburgh, a string quartet (trio + drums). Led by composer/cellist Atzi, supported by friends he’s met during the years when he played solo shows in venues around the Scottish capital. Current members are: Atzi on vocals and Cello, Tim Vincent-Smith on Violin, David Townhill on Viola, and Scott Jamieson on the drums. Contemporary it may sound, but punk at its heart.
The gigs in Scotland include Decagram Queens Hall (2013), Limbo (2013) Kelburn Castle Garden Party (2011), Knockengorroch Festival(2011), Edinburgh Film Festival (2011), Hiddendoor Festival (2009, 2010, 2014), among other sell-out headlining acts. They are involved in various projects such an alternative score for cine-concert featuring pioneer of French new-wave Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959) in association with The French Institute of Scotland, and in 2013 they were a part of collaborative concept concert Decagram, where the band saw its original orchestral material premiered during festive August at the Queens Hall, Edinburgh.
A fan video, Edinburgh 2012.