Supported by Jimmy Docherty
Findlay Napier leads the Scottish nu-folk revolution with anthemic tales of love, debauchery and sin. Napier has been emerging as a songwriter of increasingly impressive stature for some years now, in his Queen's Anne's Revenge side-project as well as with Back of the Moon's repertoire. Napier is clearly relishing the chance to put his own work centre stage, and it certainly merits such standing, especially matched with his colourfully expressive, thrillingly powerful voice.
Support comes from Jimmy Docherty.