CALL to Mind return to their Highland homeland for their biggest headline show to date at Eden Court’s OneTouch Theatre
The Glasgow based five-piece, whose roots lie a few miles outside Inverness in Ardersier, will stage a special headline show in the Highland Capital on Saturday October 25th.
Call To Mind recently released debut album The Winter Is White on Scottish label Olive Grove Records featuring 10 tracks that draw their influence from musical heroes such as Sigur Rós, The National and Kate Bush and Call To Mind’s love of the Scottish landscape.
Live, the band have been seen on festival stages at Belladrum, Wickerman, goNorth, RockNess and Iceland Airwaves.
The idea for the Eden Court show originated at a goNorth session at the venue last year, which was recorded for Inverness music podcast Netsounds Unsigned.
"I remember music visually; a lot of what we do is rooted in our environment, upbringing and background," guitarist Jamie Ross explained.
"I think this comes across clearly in our music. Eden Court will be the perfect place to help the aural elements of our show bloom visually."
Joining Call To Mind on the night will be the Cairn String Quartet, who are developing a reputation for pushing the boundaries of the string ensemble reportoire with a contemporary and unique take on classical music.
As well as working with Call To Mind on their debut album they have also collaborated with well-known bands, DJs and solo artists including appearances at the MOBO Awards with Professor Green and Emeli Sande, Glastonbury and T in The Park.
Supporting will be the roots influenced singer-songwriter Dr. Wook. After self-releasing tracks Down The Line and Grace From Below, Dr. Wook has played a handful of live shows with the likes of Three Blind Wolves, Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward & Fisher and Rick Redbeard.
Tickets for Call To Mind at Eden Court go on sale on Friday 16th May priced £8 and are available in person from Eden Court box office or on line at www.eden-court.co.uk