Published: 03/09/2014 16:49 - Updated: 03/09/2014 17:03

Ironworks gig for Schnarff Schnarff

Schnarff Schnarff singer Myles Bonnar (right). Picture: Gary Anthony
Schnarff Schnarff at the Ironworks. Picture: Gary Anthony

INVERNESS band Schnarff Schnarff announce a debut headlining slot at Inverness Ironworks for Friday, December 19 – tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday.

support from Glasgow’s Foreignfox and local indie-rock act Searching for Donkeys. The evening is rounded off with Inverness’s Indie/Alternative club night INDIENESS keeping things going until the early hours.

Schnarff Schnarff are five friends, from Inverness, who formed the band in 2012.

After a year of writing, the "staccato grunge pop" (as described by Vic Galloway) quintet were booked for their debut gig in August 2013 – at King Tuts in Glasgow.

Since then, they have enjoyed airtime on XFM, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio 1, Amazing Radio & MFR.

Since releasing their debut five-track EP through label Electric Honey back in April, Schnarff Schnarff have headlined an evening at the King Tuts /XFM’s Summer Nights festival, headlined the sold-out Ironworks’ Easter Showcase, were selected and played at both the goNORTH festival in Inverness and on the goNORTH stage at the Wickerman Festival.

They also opened the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival’s main stage.

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