Published: 31/07/2014 09:00 - Updated: 30/07/2014 14:37

Band "Finding Albert" will be searching in Caithness

Written byWhat's On Caithness

Finding Albert
Finding Albert - not pictured: Albert

One of the most talked-about emerging young acts in Scotland are coming to Caithness for a series of gigs.

Finding Albert return to Caithness to play the Blackstairs Lounge, Wick on Saturday August 30th and Y-Not, Thurso on Sunday August 31st.

The band, who headlined the tent at Bfest last summer, have rescheduled their earlier postponed Wick date, and added an extra date in Thurso. 

Their album made the top 100 in the iTunes alternative charts, and was followed-up with a successful UK tour. Since then, the band have toured Europe, taking in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, and in June, headlined Glasgow’s legendary King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.

Arriving on the scene in 2012 to become regular UK festival performers, they have since gained major support slots (Biffy Clyro, Newton Faulkner and The View, amongst others), national radio and TV appearances, and the building of a genuinely passionate and vocal support.

Tickets are on sale now, and can be bought online at www.caithnessgigs.com.

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