Folk rockers returning to city
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