Rock'ndaal 2024 line-up

Meet the incredible line-up including some of Scotland's top young bands. Led by headliners, and Rock'ndaal veterans, Tide Lines.

Hailing from the Highlands, this four-piece band is one of the leading folk rock groups in Scotland. Their rousing, anthemic tunes transcend cultural boundaries and genres. Tugging you onto the dance floor to celebrate moments of joy with friends and strangers alike. The group’s second album Eye of The Storm hit #12 in the Official UK Album Charts. Tide Lines bring their folk-pop fusion to stages across the UK, Europe, and the US, but on May 26th they’ll be the soundtrack to your Rock’ndaal memories!

We caught up with Tide Lines ahead of Rock'ndaal to discuss their journey so far.

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Brothers Alan and Stevie Jukes form this Glaswegian alt-pop duo. Their goal is to “make music that makes you feel good” with big, anthemic songs, like their hit King, which has seen over 24 million streams. Saint Phnx has played in major festivals in the US and Europe, and toured with the likes of Imagine Dragons, Yungblud, and Lewis Capaldi. The brothers love bringing their rousing choruses and sense of humour to the stage, spreading their contagious good energy.

Talisk’s explosive infusion of concertina, guitar, and fiddle creates a fiery sound that is as infectious as it is enthralling. Their genre-bending music has topped charts, closed out main stages at festivals across continents, and collected a die-hard following, won them multiple awards, and made a sweeping impact on the traditional music scene. Their energetic, ground-breaking tunes are sure to have you tapping your feet with a dram in hand at Rock’ndaal this year.