Tide Lines | The Caves | 18 March 2018
Formed in 2016, Tide Lines are a phenomenal Scottish success story.
While their music is heavily influenced by, and rooted in, the Highland places they grew up, they produce a highly eclectic sound.
Imagine a 70’s Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street band, but with bagpipes and electronics, and you’re probably just about there!
Initially formed by ex-Skipinnish members Robert Robertson (singer) and Ross Wilson (piano), Tide Lines emerged just over a year ago with the addition of Alasdair Turner (guitar & bagpipes) and Fergus Munro (drums).
They released their Far Side of the World single in 2016 and its lyrical theme – the connection between youth and location – formed the basis for their first full length album: Dreams We Never Lost, which featured original Waterboy and current Saw Doctor, Anthony Thistlewaite.
Their new single – Streets of Dreamers is released tomorrow 2 February 2018, a big anthemic sound with a typically hooky chorus, with a beautiful yearning that calls to mind some of the best of the Proclaimers.
They play Edinburgh’s Caves on 18 March 2018, as part of a Scottish spring tour, before headlining at HebCelt and Belladrum festivals..
Early booking is highly recommended – this band sells out FAST!