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Tide Lines are a four-piece band from the Scottish Highlands.
Their sound has been described as “...Folk with rousing rock, sparkling electronics and escapist lyrics....awash with arms-aloft sing-alongs.” (The Sunday Times) and “...roaring tunes embracing anthemic lift-off and wide-eyed wonderment” (The Daily Mirror)
Their latest album, Eye of the Storm, finished its first week at number 12 in the UK Album Charts in May 2020: topping both the Scottish and Independent album charts in the process.
In 2019, they were named “the Rising Sound of Scotland” at the Nordoff Robbins Scottish Music Awards - one month after selling out the 1900 capacity Barrowland Ballroom in just 5 minutes.
The band formed in 2016 and write most of their original material in English but always with a nod to their Gaelic heritage.
Tide Lines consists of Robert Robertson from Lochaber, Ross Wilson from the Isle of Mull, Alasdair Turner from Alness, and Fergus Munro from Glasgow.
Singles and songs
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