Well, we are, presumably, back to ‘normal’ gig-going… but with many shows being hastily rearranged, it’s quite possible that some of those still listed aren’t going ahead (some of these, for example). So, E&OE, check with your venue for details, etc…

But on Monday 24th, Caribou is most certainly at Glasgow’s
Barrowland, and get there early as Taahliah is supporting.

On Wednesday, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls are at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room, and also with a new release, single A Wave Across A Bay’ – Frank’s tribute to Scott Hutchison, with the proceeds going to Tiny Changes.

The Stranglers set out on tour for the first time since keyboard player Dave Greenfield passed away, and play Aberdeen’s Music Hall on Thursday 27th January.

Dancing on Tables are at King Tut in Glasgow on Thursday 27th, part of its slightly amended New Year’s Revolution series of shows.

And Hamish Hawk plays the same venue, on Friday 28th.

Dundee-dwellers may be desperate for some live music and should be suitably rewarded if they take a punt on the Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers, at the Caird Hall on Friday 28th.

Same night in Edinburgh, Kathryn Joseph is at the Assembly Rooms, while Pure Grief plus Everyday Pharaohs play Mad Hatters, in Inverness.

And in Aberdeen on Friday, Frank Turner (plus Sleeping Souls) is at The Lemon Tree.

In Dundee on Saturday, Hamish Hawk has a show at The Hunter S Thompson, while in Glasgow Everyday Pharaohs plus Pure Grief play The Old Hairdresser’s, and you can tell that live music is back, as Slam are in Aberdeen, at The Tunnels.

Finally, Sunday 30th, Hamish Hawk‘s tour of Scotland takes him to The Tunnels in Aberdeen, while in Dundee, at Conroy’s Basement, IdKid.