Folk rock­ers re­turn­ing to city

Stirling Observer - - REVIEWS -

High­land four-piece Tide Lines will bring their own unique brand of tra­di­tional folk rock to Stir­ling next year.

The band, who are de­scribed as hav­ing a ‘70s Bruce Spring­steen sound but with bag­pipes and elec­tron­ics, will play the Tol­booth on March 28.

Ini­tially formed by two ex-Skip­in­nish mem­bers Robert Robert­son and Ross Wil­son, the band emerged just over a year ago with de­but sin­gle Far Side of the World.

And their de­but al­bum Dreams We Never Lost was re­leased ear­lier this sum­mer to much ac­claim.

Tide Lines, who are fresh from a per­for­mance at Bridge of Al­lan’s fire­works show­piece, boast an im­pres­sive on­line fan­base and their mu­sic has racked up more than 350,000 sin­gle track streams.

Tick­ets priced at £12.50 are avail­able from cul­ture­stir­ling.org/event/tide-lines.

Tol­booth bound Tide Lines

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