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The band was formed as a mainly electronic-based project in Glasgow 2004 by members Simon Ward, Greg Paterson and Stephen Livingstone. After a handful of well-received hometown shows they attracted the attention of the band Mogwai who signed them to their own Rock Action Records imprint, alongside the likes of Part Chimp, Papa M and James Orr Complex. Their debut release, the limited edition 7" single "Hans Herman", sold out quickly, and garnered them wider media attention, including an appearance on MTV's flagship Total Request Live show.
The band followed up their debut with the 'How Clean is your Acid House? EP in 2006. Following the release of the EP the band recruited former Multiplies and Dananananaykroyd drummer James Hamilton to the band as a full time member.
Their debut album Its Not Something But It Is Like Whatever was released on Rock Action records in June 2008 to significant critical acclaim. The now-quartet's more complex and eclectic sound wrought comparisons in some quarters to US band Battles among others. The band also toured extensively throughout 2008 with Forward Russia, 65daysofstatic and Mogwai. They spent the first part of 2009 touring Europe, playing at the 2009 Eurosonic festival and extensively supporting Mogwai and Danish electro-rock band Whomadewho on separate tours. In 2010 the band released their second full length album Come Down With Me on Rock Action records, the title of which is a play on the popular Channel 4 television series 'Come Dine With Me', and spent the Spring and Summer touring extensively throughout the UK and Europe. In October 2010 Errors toured the UK as Co-Headline act with fellow Scots The Twilight Sad and released a remix album titled 'Celebrity Come Down With Me', featuring remixes of tracks from their previous album by artists including Gold Panda and Ceephax Acid Crew
In 2011 Errors were invited performers at the South By Southwest festival in March and in the same month released a limited edition 7" picture disc single featuring new tracks 'Magna Encarta' and 'Ganymede'. In April/May 2011 Errors embarked upon a tour of the United States and Canada supporting Mogwai. In December 2011 Errors played their last show with guitarist and founding member Greg Paterson, supporting Mogwai at Glasgow's Barrowlands, as Paterson had other commitments.
In 2012 the now three piece Errors released two albums, Have Some Faith in Magic and New Relics and toured the UK, Europe and North America extensively.
- Simon Ward – Guitars, Keys, Programming
- Stephen Livingstone – Guitars, Keys, Programming
- James Hamilton – Drums
- Greg Paterson - Guitars (2004 - 2011)
- It's Not Something But It Is Like Whatever (2008, Rock Action Records)
- Come Down With Me (2010, Rock Action Records)
- Have Some Faith In Magic (2012, Rock Action Records)
- New Relics (2012, Rock Action Records)
- How Clean is Your Acid House? (2006, Rock Action Records)
- Celebrity Come Down With Me (2010, Rock Action Records)
- "Hans Herman" / "Ah-Ha-Ha" (2005, Rock Action Records)
- "H.E.B.S." / "Fly For" (Split 7" Single with Findo Gask) (2005, Too Many Fireworks)
- "Salut! France" / "Maeve Binchy" (2007, Rock Action Records)
- "Toes" / "Period Drama" (2008, Rock Action Records)
- "Pump" (Edit) / "Toes" (Dolby Anol Remix) (2008, Rock Action Records)
- "A Rumour In Africa" / "Beat The Bookies" (2010, Rock Action Records)
- "Magna Encarta" / "Ganymede" (2011, Rock Action Records)
- "Pleasure Palaces" / "Auberchute Flyer" (2012, Rock Action Records)
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