A cosy, compact couple of hours with The Chosen Lonely, Vraell and headliner Rosie H Sullivan was the the perfect environment to shelter from a cold November evening in the Scottish Highlands.

Highland singer-songwriter, The Chosen Lonely (Steven Barclay) started the evening with a set of indie-pop tunes brimming with catchy melodies also featuring his recently released single “Rollercoaster”.

Next up was, Alessio Scozzaro, a classically trained musician, under the name of Vraell. Drawing influence from the likes of Sufjan Stevens he created an ethereal musical aura, beautifully playing soothing melodies that are both relaxing and introspective. Genuinely captivating.

Headliner, and emerging talent Rosie H Sullivan took to the stage with her band for a stark, intimate and reflective set showcasing her song-writing talents. She crafted a deeply personal sound and successfully created an atmosphere as if we were all gathered in a cosy log cabin.

Rosie H Sullivan’s new EP, ‘In My Nature’ is out now.

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