Indie Folk meets Victorian Gothic
8 January 2015
Tickets are now on sale for Museums at Night: Stornoway Live at RAMM on Saturday 16 May.
The gig is part of a nationwide tour to celebrate the release of their eagerly anticipated third album, scheduled for April.
Stornoway rose to national prominence in 2009 following a haunting performance on ‘Later with Jools Holland’. Following this, Stornoway became the first ever unsigned band to play Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage. Their success continued with two top 40 albums and globe-trotting sell out shows. Since 2013, they have sold out headline shows at The Barbican, The Forum and The Roundhouse in London plus two sold-out shows this November at Oxford’s Sheldonian Theatre.
The 2015 tour will take them to 14 UK cities, including Glasgow, Manchester, London, Cambridge and, in the Southwest, Exeter.
Their new, yet un-named album is being produced by Gil Norton, famed for his work with Pixies, Pulled Apart By Horses, Foo Fighters and Twin Atlantic.