When you head along to as many gigs as we do here at Scottish Fiction, it sometimes can take something really special to make your head turn. That's not to say that we don't love gig going, but you know the feeling when a gig turns into 'just another night'. Will that be happening on Monday night as we board the bus into the heart of Paisley to catch Admiral Fallow and The Twilight Sad? Nae danger.
As part of The Spree festival, Paisley's national arts festival now in it's second year, Scottish Fiction favourites Admiral Fallow and The Twilight Sad are playing a very special show in the historic and stunning setting of Paisley Abbey. Not only that they will both be backed by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
It's one of the stand out events of this year's festival and is the brainchild of BBC Introducing DJ Ally McCrae.
The show is unsurprisingly sold out, but if you are lucky enough to be going along, just look for the bearded bloke smiling like a cheshire cat. That'll be me. Excited.
For more info and other listings visit The Spree website.