Tide Lines are 4 young guys originally from the Highlands of Scotland. Their roots run from Hebridean Islands to Lochaber through Alness and Lossiemouth to the West End and South Side of Glasgow.
Forged from the literature and music of the areas they grew up in Tide Lines meld romantic, rural life with a record collection of classic American songwriters. Imagine if you will a 70’s Springsteen and an E-Street band of bagpipes and electronics!
Folk followers will recognise singer Robert Robertson and multi-instrumentalist Ross Wilson who were a substantial part of Scottish super-group Skipinnish and have performed at Shrewsbury Folk festival many times. They left set up their own band in late 2016 and became Tide Lines when Alasdair Turner (guitar & bagpipes) and Fergus Munro (drums) were recruited.
Having already played their own headline shows and festivals in Belgium, Switzerland and France, the boys will also return to Germany this summer as well as add Denmark to their burgeoning international fan base. UK touring and a summer full of festivals will see the band play to over 50,000 people this year – make sure you catch them in Wem for what promises to be a concert to remember.
Tide Lines - The Young and the Restless