Fan's saw Electric Callboy tease a 2024 UK tour at their packed Glasgow gig last night.

The German electronic metal band played at the city’s O2 Academy for their first ever sold out show in Scotland.

They performed their latest album ‘TEKKNO’ which has racked up more than 214M streams on Spotify since coming out last year.

Glasgow Times: Electric Callboy played their first sold out Scottish show in Glasgow.Electric Callboy played their first sold out Scottish show in Glasgow. (Image: Sourced)Fans were left wanting more and were thrilled when the group confirmed on stage they would be back to the UK next year, hinting at a possible nation wide tour.

It comes after they performed an electric set with the exciting atmosphere kicking off from the first song, Tekkno Train.

They also played metal covers of Frozen's Let It Go, and Backstreet Boy's I Want It That Way.

Even people with seated tickets were jumping out of their chairs as the band's infectious energy demanded all metal ravers to join in.

Glasgow Times: Fans kept the energy high throughout the showFans kept the energy high throughout the show (Image: Sourced)

The group urged the audience to be “louder than ever” and to use their “Scottish tongues” which saw the crowd happy to oblige - especially during their iconic songs Hypa Hypa and We Got The Moves.

They played two encores which included Pump and Mindreader with the audience begging for more each time.

Electric Callboy have been taking over the world with their success rapidly growing in the past few years.

Glasgow Times: The band will be returning to the UK next year.The band will be returning to the UK next year. (Image: Sourced)

Their sound has been described as electronic pop meets burning growls and blood curdling screams in their music, whilst their shows consist of curling imaginary weights and jumping up and down to the tune of thousands of fans chanting along.

Ludicrously catchy songs, humour, pyro, lasers and confetti, along with a sea of neon colours in the crowd bring the crazy party atmosphere to a new level and turn every venue into a metal rave.


Tekkno Train MC Thunder II (Dancing Like a Ninja)

Spaceman Hate/Love Everytime We Touch (Cascada cover)

The Scene Castrop X Spandau

Arrow of Love Drum Solo (Darude - Sandstorm)

Hypa Hypa


Let It Go (Idina Menzel cover)

(First verse and chorus only)

I Want It That Way (Backstreet Boys cover)

Hurrikan F**kboi (with Charlie Rolfe)

MC Thunder Encore: Pump It

Mindreader Encore 2:

We Got the Moves