Idlewild are set to play a special Glasgow show on February 1st.
The band recently performed their album 'The Remote Part' in full in front of Glasgow and London crowds, toasting the record's 10th anniversary.
Moving straight into the New Year, Idlewild have now confirmed plans for an intimate Glasgow date.
The group will play the city's King Tut's venue on February 1st, to mark the official opening of the Help Musicians Scotland (HMScotland) operation in Glasgow and the #RootedInScotland campaign.
Support on the night comes from Be Charlotte, Indigo Velvet and SKJØR, while tickets go on sale on January 10th.
Rod Jones of Idlewild said: “We are absolutely thrilled to support the launch of Help Musicians Scotland at one of our favourite venues, King Tut’s. We’ve played some really special gigs at the venue, the first 21 years ago and a five night stint in 2008, so it’s truly an honour to return for such a great cause. Help Musicians Scotland do amazing work to support musicians at all stages in their career. We’re planning a special acoustic set for the evening and fans should expect a fitting set-list to mark a landmark moment for the Scottish music industry.”
Catch Idlewild at King Tut's, Glasgow on February 10th.
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