|2nd September 2021|
The Queens Hall Edinburgh
85 - 89 Clerk Street, Edinburgh South EH8 9JG
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This is the show postponed from 13 November 2020. All tickets remain valid, so you don't need to contact us.
Tide Lines’ sound is a combination of heartfelt soul, folk philosophy and big guitars with Scotland’s most distinctive new voice in Robert Robertson.
The band, whose roots run all across the Highlands and Islands of Scotland down to the West End and South Side of Glasgow, first emerged in the summer of 2016 with the release of their debut single, ‘Far Side Of The World’. The following year they self-released their debut album ‘Dreams We Never Lost’, which became something of a runaway success north of Hadrian’s Wall and led to the band selling out shows across the Highlands and Islands, from Glasgow to John O’Groats and all points in between.
The band has also been a resounding success at festivals at home and abroad, playing headline slots to large audiences at the Hebridean Celtic Festival, Belladrum Festival, and headlining the first ever 8,000 capacity Gathering Festival in Inverness. They have also made friends at festivals such as Lorient Interceltic Festival in Brittany and Tønder Festival in Denmark.
Tide Lines will release their eagerly awaited second album ‘Eye Of The Storm’ on 1 May 2020. The band – Robert Robertson on guitar and vocals, Ross Wilson on keyboards, Alasdair Turner on guitar, and Gus Munro on drums – recorded the album at Black Bay studio in Lewis, Castlesound studios in Pencaitland and Castle Of Doom in Glasgow, and produced it themselves.
Tide Lines won ‘The Rising Sound Of Scotland’ Award at the Scottish Music Awards before Christmas. Their sell-out show at Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom in November ’19 was voted one of the Top Ten gigs at the venue in 2019. Tide Lines’ pre-match performance to warm up the 67,000 capacity crowd at
Edinburgh’s Murrayfield stadium on 8th March inspired the Scotland team to bring off a historic victory over France in the 2020 Six Nations Rugby tournament.
Taking his cue from the lockdown musical street performances in France and Italy, Robert recently sang a line or two from the window of his Glasgow flat and was serenaded by a neighbor down the street. His film of this has been shared an extraordinary 1.2 million times. Robert also did an acoustic sofa session and raised several thousand pounds for The Simon Community, a homeless charity in Scotland.
Presented by Beyond Presents Ltd.
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