More stars have been announced to take part in the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival this year.
Iconic guitar legend Johnny Marr, Mercury Prize-nominated rock band The Coral, and Highland folk singer Julie Fowlis are the latest to be named to perform at the family event near Beauly.
Seen as one of the most influential guitarists of his generation, Marr formed The Smiths when just 18 years old and has since gone on to be a member of acts including, The The, Modest Mouse and The Cribs.
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As well as performing as a session guitarist for names including Talking Heads and Hans Zimmer, he has released three solo albums including his most successful to date, 2018’s Call the Comet to critical acclaim.
The Coral who released their ninth studio album ‘Move Through the Dawn’ in August and are one of the UK’s most interesting indie-rock acts.
Julie Fowlis is famous for her interpretation of Scottish Gaelic culture and ability to bring folk music out of the past and into something contemporary.
Julie will also forever be known for singing the theme song to Brave, Disney Pixar’s Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA-winning animated film, set in the ancient highlands of Scotland
Dodgy will also perform as part of the 25th anniversary of their break-through album Homegrown which featured the smash hit ‘Staying out for the Summer.
Singer-songwriter and Bombay Bicycle Club collaborator Lucy Rose will appear on the grassroots stage.
On the Hot House stage legendary act The Cuban Brothers will fill the late night slot.
Scottish punk royalty The Rezillos are set to make their Bella debut, while Highlands Neo-trad outfit Elephant Sessions make a return to the festival.
London’s Royal Sounds will fill the Garden stage with their reggae beats.
Belladrum organiser Joe Gibbs said: “We are delighted to unveil out latest announcement featuring acts which have been high on our hit list for years including Johnny Marr, The Coral and Julie Fowlis alongside some amazing new acts such as Wildwood Kin, and west coast legends in the making Peat & Diesel.”