Pictish Trail

at The Louisiana

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Scottish musician and Lost Map record label founder Johnny Lynch has been making music in his Pictish Trail guise since the early noughties. Before Lost Map, Lynch was heavily involved in the iconic Fence Collective, running its associated label and regularly collaborating with its artists. Having found his home on the beautiful Hebridean Isle of Eigg (where he also hosts the Howlin’ Fling! festival), the singer-songwriter has established a sound that’s entirely his own.

This iridescent, ethereal pop pushes Lynch’s vocals front and centre, while the electro beats, samples and soaring choruses create a consistent, cathartic experience.

With support from Savage Mansion

Age’s 16+ (Under 18 to be accompanied by Adults)

This is a standing event at The Louisiana,

This event has been rescheduled

The event will now take place on Fri 25 Mar 2022. All existing tickets for the previous dates will remain valid for the new date.

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Pictish Trail

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