INDIE four piece and BBC Sound of 2013 nominees Palma Violets have announced a string of Scottish dates taking in Inverness, Stornoway, Aberdeen and Dundee this April.
The London band’s debut album 180 was released last year on Rough Trade records.
Produced by Steve Mackey (Pulp) and Rory Attwell (Test Icicles), it is named after the part art studio, part squat where the band holed up writing the songs that grabbed the attention of music fans and critics alike, with NME declaring 180 to be "the new soundtrack to your life" and Q calling it "one of the best debut albums of the decade".
Their 2014 Scottish tour begins on Sunday 13th at Inverness venue The Ironworks an continues on Monday at Stornoway’s Woodlands Centre followed by The Tunnels in Aberdeen on Tuesday 15th before finishing on Wednesday at Beat Generator in Dundee.
Tickets are on sale now from www.beyondhighlands.com, www.seetickets.co.uk, www.ticketmsater.co.uk or by telephoning 08444 999 999.
Inverness and Aberdeen tickets can also be collected in person from The Ironworks and APA.