Based in Aberdeen this five-piece covers band play music ideally suited for public houses, taverns and possibly croft inns set in the wilderness of the Shire. The band started out in 2010 and first gigged in August 2011.
Since then the group has played in venues in Aberdeen including various pubs, The Tunnels and The Lemon Tree. Guilty Pleasures were also the band used by STV in Aberdeen for its 2012 charity appeal. The group was joined on stage by newsreaders including Tyrone Smith, Chris Harvey and Cheryl Paul and featured both on television and online helping to raise around £2000.
The band's members have all played in and around Aberdeen for nearly 10 years with a wealth of gigging experience between them. The band members have supported touring bands such as Girlschool, Gun, The Zico Chain, Electric Eel Shock, Attack Attack and Hell's Bells on multiple occasions.
With tracks from the fifties through to the present day the band power through a set rock, disco, pop and everything in between.