Tide Lines are four young guys originally from the Highlands of Scotland.
Their roots run from the Hebridean Islands to Lochaber, through Alness and Lossiemouth, to the West End and South Side of Glasgow.
Whilst still in their (very) early 20s singer Robert Robertson and multi-instrumentalist Ross Wilson were a substantial part of Scottish super-group Skipinnish, but left to set up their own band in late 2016.
Two became four, and four became Tide Lines when Alasdair Turner (guitar and bagpipes) and Fergus Munro (drums) were recruited.
Despite their origins in the more remote parts of our nation, Tide Lines have a massive social media following and a vast YouTube audience - you'll soon see why.