Tide Lines

Thu Apr 15 2021

7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Brudenell Social Club

33 Queen's Road Leeds LS6 1NY

£13.00 advance

Ages 14+

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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
1st May ’20. 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.

Says Robert Robertson: “Eye of the Storm is a line from the opening track on the
album but I think it perfectly sums up the collection of songs as a whole. I grew up in
a small town and the album attempts to sum up both the natural beauty that
surrounded me but also the calmness that a sense of community can bring in the
midst of an increasingly busy and noisy world. Hopefully some of this escapism can
be found within the songs.”

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.
 

Brudenell Presents
Tide Lines

  • Tide Lines

    Tide Lines

    Indie Rock

    In the Summer of 2016, four men in their twenties, all from different corners of the Highlands, crossed paths in the vibrant Glasgow music scene. Drawing from a myriad of influences, spanning from their native Gaelic culture to classic American song writers, they soon penned a host of original songs and some dynamic bagpipe sets. Within no time, the unique folk/pop sound of Tide Lines was born.

    Growing a significant fan base entirely organically, with a clutch of digital singles followed by an album and an EP, they have since racked up well over 3 million track streams on Spotify, and almost 800,000 views on their YouTube videos.

    Their debut album, Dreams We Never Lost, has sold over 10,000 copies and demand has grown further with the launch of their latest EP in October 2018. The EP, entitled Let’s Make Tonight, reached number 9 in the iTunes Official UK Album Download Charts on the day of its release and managed almost 200,000 Spotify streams in its first week alone.

    New EP in hand, Tide Lines embarked on their first full scale UK headline tour - a 28 gig journey from as far North as the Isle of Lewis, to as far South as Hampshire; with gigs in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Newcastle, and a sold out 1,200 capacity gig in SWG3 in Glasgow. Over the course of the tour, the band will have played to unprecedented audience numbers across the country with many shows selling out well in advance, and will finish off the year headlining a Hogmanay celebration in the 15,000 capacity Inverness Northern Meeting Park.

    High ticket sales have come as a result of successful efforts to increase their loyal following during a summer of festivals, such as the Hebridean Celtic Festival and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival who described the band as “one of the stand out performances… a real highlight of the festival”.

    As well as British festivals, the band also enjoyed performances on mainland Europe in 2018 - including Denmark’s Tønder Festival. And their success has caught the attention of national radio - The Folk Show with Mark Radcliffe gave them their first airplay on BBC Radio 2 earlier in the year.

    2019 will see Tide Lines set out to build upon this success with an even more extensive touring schedule throughout Britain and Europe - and the exciting prospect of a second album in the pipeline.

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Brudenell Presents

Tide Lines

Thu Apr 15 2021 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Brudenell Social Club Leeds
Tide Lines

£13.00 advance Ages 14+

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
1st May ’20. 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.

Says Robert Robertson: “Eye of the Storm is a line from the opening track on the
album but I think it perfectly sums up the collection of songs as a whole. I grew up in
a small town and the album attempts to sum up both the natural beauty that
surrounded me but also the calmness that a sense of community can bring in the
midst of an increasingly busy and noisy world. Hopefully some of this escapism can
be found within the songs.”

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.
 
Tide Lines

Tide Lines

Indie Rock

In the Summer of 2016, four men in their twenties, all from different corners of the Highlands, crossed paths in the vibrant Glasgow music scene. Drawing from a myriad of influences, spanning from their native Gaelic culture to classic American song writers, they soon penned a host of original songs and some dynamic bagpipe sets. Within no time, the unique folk/pop sound of Tide Lines was born.

Growing a significant fan base entirely organically, with a clutch of digital singles followed by an album and an EP, they have since racked up well over 3 million track streams on Spotify, and almost 800,000 views on their YouTube videos.

Their debut album, Dreams We Never Lost, has sold over 10,000 copies and demand has grown further with the launch of their latest EP in October 2018. The EP, entitled Let’s Make Tonight, reached number 9 in the iTunes Official UK Album Download Charts on the day of its release and managed almost 200,000 Spotify streams in its first week alone.

New EP in hand, Tide Lines embarked on their first full scale UK headline tour - a 28 gig journey from as far North as the Isle of Lewis, to as far South as Hampshire; with gigs in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Newcastle, and a sold out 1,200 capacity gig in SWG3 in Glasgow. Over the course of the tour, the band will have played to unprecedented audience numbers across the country with many shows selling out well in advance, and will finish off the year headlining a Hogmanay celebration in the 15,000 capacity Inverness Northern Meeting Park.

High ticket sales have come as a result of successful efforts to increase their loyal following during a summer of festivals, such as the Hebridean Celtic Festival and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival who described the band as “one of the stand out performances… a real highlight of the festival”.

As well as British festivals, the band also enjoyed performances on mainland Europe in 2018 - including Denmark’s Tønder Festival. And their success has caught the attention of national radio - The Folk Show with Mark Radcliffe gave them their first airplay on BBC Radio 2 earlier in the year.

2019 will see Tide Lines set out to build upon this success with an even more extensive touring schedule throughout Britain and Europe - and the exciting prospect of a second album in the pipeline.

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

Ages 14+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
£14.30 (£13.00 + £1.30 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

UK Post
Box Office Collection

Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.