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Folk pop stars Tide Lines to follow up headline appearance at inaugural The Gathering Festival with return to the Ironworks, Inverness for Christmas time gig

By Kyle Walker

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RISING folk pop stars Tide Lines continue to make waves in the Scottish music scene following their headline slot at Inverness's Gathering festival – as they return to the city this festive season.

The four-piece will play at the Ironworks on Saturday, December 28 – their first visit to the venue since their sellout gig in 2017.

However, last year’s Hogmanay revellers will remember the group from their performance at the Red Hot Highland Fling 2018 – where the band led the crowds through the bells.

Consisting of singer/guitarist Robert Robertson, keyboardist Ross Wilson, guitarist Ali Turner and drummer Gus Munro, the band first emerged in Summer 2016 with debut single Far Side of the World

The following year they self-released their debut album Dreams We Never Lost, which charted at number 16 in the UK Album Charts. The band proceeded to sell out shows across the Highlands and the wider Scotland.

Earlier this year, Tide Lines marked their first headline appearance at a festival, closing the inaugural trad all-day show The Gathering at Inverness’s Northern Meeting Park last month.

Tickets cost £18 (plus booking fees) and are on sale now. For more information, go to www.tidelinesband.com

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