Scots band Tide Lines have announced they will be touring the country next year.
Branded the ‘new sound of young Scotland,’ the four piece folk band have acquired a cult following, with their recent Barrowland Ballroom gig selling out in minutes.
The band will tour throughout May and June 2020 to venues in Orkney, Dunoon, Fort William, Aberdeen and Ayr, finishing at the Kelvingrove Bandstand in Glasgow, which will mark their biggest gig in the city to date.
Tide Lines’ sound is a combination of Celtic soul, folk philosophy and big guitars featuring Robert Robertson on guitar and vocals, Ross Wilson on keyboards, Alasdair Turner on guitar, and Gus Munro on drums.
The group mostly hail from rural regions across the highlands and islands and their songs reflect the relationship between Scotland’s remote areas and cities.
Tide Lines lead singer Robert Robertson said: “Our Barrowlands gig was a real ‘pinch me, I can’t believe it’ moment, so the question was: what can we do to top that?
“The answer is a tour all round Scotland finishing up with an even bigger show in Glasgow. We can’t wait to get out there and let our fans hear some of the new songs we’ve been working on.”
The band are also in the process of recording their second album, which will be released in spring 2020.
Tickets go on general sale from 10am on Thursday 28th November here.