Here is a new track by Pictish Trail:

"This track is a tip of the hat to Fargo, my favourite film (and favourite telly series now). The song is about paranoia, the fear of being caught, and how that pushes people into desperate situations" says Johnny Lynch, the singer songwriter behind Pictish Trail. "I started writing it for a Coen Brothers tribute show that I took part in a few years ago. I think the organisers expected me to cover a song from a Coen Brothers soundtrack, but instead I decided to use a sample inspired by the theme tune from the Fargo film and add a hip hop beat, a raspy Casio keyboard bassline and a reverb-soaked melody.”

Pictish Trail are on tour with Malcolm Middleton, dates below:

  • May 25th - Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
  • May 26th - Beat Generator Live, Dundee
  • May 27th - Art School, Glasgow
  • May 28th - Electric Circus, Edinburgh
  • May 31st - Sage, Gateshead
  • June 1st - The Bullingdon, Oxford
  • June 2nd - Lexington, London
  • June 3rd - Leaf, Liverpool
  • June 4th - Deaf Institute, Manchester

He is also playing a show at the Moth Club in that London on October the 4th.