- 10 Mar 2023
- Music Hall
In the long ago days of early 2020, Tide Lines had one goal with their second album Eye of the Storm: to translate the band’s word-of-mouth success into something verifiable. Into something tangible that would honour their fanbase and reflect their audience’s passion.
Developing the folk-rock roots they’d planted with 2016 debut single Far Side of the World (7.5 million combined streams and counting) and 2017 album Dreams We Never Lost, Tide Lines were already pushing out from the Scottish heartland. Robertson sang poetically and evocatively of the Hebrides and the Highlands that all of the members call home, but the band’s eyes were on the horizon.
Support from: Quiet Houses
Quiet Houses are an indie-folk duo made up of Edinburgh-bred, Manchester-based Jamie Stewart and Hannah Elliott. In December 2021 the duo released their debut EP ‘Big Town’ supported by singles ‘B-List’ (BBC Radio Scotland track of the week), ‘Cold Water Swimming’ (featured in Spotify’s ‘The Most Beautiful Songs In The World’) and ‘Ocean Avenue’. The EP was released independently alongside sold out launch parties at Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh) and Gullivers NQ (Manchester).
8+ (accompanied by an adult 18+) on balcony
All standing tickets 14+ (under 16s with a responsible adult)