Scottish four-piece Kassidy may appear to be a pre-groomed Kings of Leon, but their acoustic indie sound has even more in common using the traditional Americana of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Youthful compared to the Southern boogie rock from the Followills. Created in Glasgow, multi-instrumentalists Barrie-James O’Neill, Lewis Andrew, Hamish Fingland, and Chris Potter originally designed to play as a normal four-piece clothing until buying a set up that noticed all members talk about vocal and acoustic guitar duties equally. Called after a common film, Butch Cassidy as well as the Sundance Child, they were pressured to improve the C to a K in order to avoid any misunderstandings using the Philadelphia fight rapper from the same name. After launching their debut one, “Evening in the Container,” through little label Ruler Tut’s, they fascinated the attention of varied record businesses, and carrying out a well-received slot machine at T in the Recreation area, they agreed upon to Vertigo this year 2010. They documented three amounts of their Rubbergum EP within their makeshift living quarters/studio room before dealing with manufacturer Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian) on the debut album, Wish St., that was released in 2011. Their sophomore work, One Man Military, implemented in 2012.