The band from the Isle Of Skye feature bagpipes, keyboards, drums and bass and fuse Gaelic language and traditional music with electronic influences to create a fresh and exciting sound. Â

Thursday, 6th September 2018, 3:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 6th September 2018, 3:41 pm

That inevitably invites comparisons with the other Skye band and festival favourites Peatbog Faeries.

Indeed, Peter Morrison of Peatbog Faeries said: 'Of all the up and coming bands I've seen during my 25 years with the Peatbog Faeries, I would say Niteworks have the most potential.

'Fresh and innovative, catch them if you can.'

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This is contemporary music born out of the Highlands and Islands.

The show starts at 8pm on Wednesday. To buy advance tickets online, go to

On Thursday, singer Rhiannon,formerly of duo Rita Payne, returns to The Greystones.