Influential Scottish rockers Primal Scream have announced a show in Inverness.
The band will appear at the Ironworks in November in support of their latest album Chaosmosis.
It is their first appearance at the Ironworks since 2012, though the band have made regular trips north.
Their most recent Highland show was in August 2015 at the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Aviemore in support of Mumford and Sons.
Dougie Brown of the Ironworks was delighted by the booking of “one of Scotland’s greatest bands”.
He said: “We are delighted that we have Primal Scream coming back for the first time in a few years.
“They are one of the most iconic bands in Scotland and they’re also on a bit of a resurgence so we’re really looking forward to having them back.”
He said that the band had made a point of saying how much they had enjoyed their most recent show to the Ironworks management when they came off the stage in 2012.
Primal Scream have been consistently a major draw since breaking into the mainstream with their influential third album Screamadelica, which featured some of their best known songs such as Movin’ On Up and Loaded.
They will appear in the Highland capital on Wednesday. November 23.
Inverness was announced as part of a tour of the UK and Ireland, which also takes in Scottish shows in Edinburgh, Motherwell, Kilmarnock and Dunfermline.
They will be supported by special guests Bo Ningen.
Tickets for the show go on general sale on Friday,