Still on a high after headlining The Barrlowlands, Motherwell band The LaFontaines are already preparing to take to the stage again.
The lads stormed the legendary Glasgow venue earlier this month, and will be cracking on with another set at the inaugural Sounds of Scotland concert, held in aid of Nordoff RobbinMusic Therapy.
The gig, hosted by Jim Gellatly, will be held at the O2 ABC on Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street on Friday, November 27.
The LaFontaines frontman Kerr Okan said: “After our headline show at the Barrowlands earlier this month we had no real intention of doing another Glasgow show for a while, but when Nordoff- Robbins called we didn’t really have a choice in the matter.
“We’re such big supporters of the charity and truly believe in the Make Music, Change Lives initiative.
“Sounds of Scotland is set to be a great night with some of the best acts in Scotland coming along in support of the charity too.”
Other acts on the bill include Hector Bizerk and Model Aeroplanes.
Tickets are £8 (early bird) / £10 and are available from www.o2abcglasgow.co.uk.