The Picts lived in north and east Scotland in the 3rd to 9th centuries AD. We know little of their history as very few records survive. Today, Johnny Lynch resides in the East Neuk of Fife and runs Fence Records with Kenny Anderson. His recorded output to date as ‘The Pictish Trail’ is SOLD OUT.
Normally, The Pictish Trail has a penchant for mad-cap folky nonsense, soft melodic meandering, and custard creams. Here, he takes the weird and wonderful Fence Collective out with him on tour to carry his guitars and make him tea. Currently comprising of King Creosote, James Yorkston, OnTheFly, Uncle Beesly and Captain Geeko – this band will blow your preconceptions of Fence being ‘folk’ out of the water.
Ziggy Campbell was brought up in Hawick. His father wasn't a butcher and he never had the brow for rugby so he wrote songs instead. He formed hi-tech lo-fi pop experimentalists FOUND in 2005.
Jo Foster is a singer-song writer who is originally from London but is now based in Fife. She is a painter, potter and singer. Her songs are haunting and captivating.