The Side with support from Connor Johnston at Mad Hatters, Inverness, 9/5/2015. Pictures.

Connor Johnston, who we described as "leans on the contemporary style of Ed Sheeran" in a review of a gig last month, opened the night at Mad Hatters.
Connor Johnston, who we described as “leans on the contemporary style of Ed Sheeran” in a review of a gig last month, opened the night at Mad Hatters.
The Mad Hatter's gig was the first since the band's return which was announced earlier this year.
The Mad Hatter’s gig was The Side’s first since the band’s return which was announced earlier this year.
Ryan Golder returned to the band completing the new line up which includes John Ross, Ruaridh Campbell and of course Hugh Winton.
Ryan Golder returned to the band completing the new line up which includes John Ross, Ruaridh Campbell and of course Hugh Winton.
With an EP promised soon, The Side have already announced a handful of dates for the summer.
With an EP promised soon, The Side have already announced a handful of dates for the summer.

You can catch The Side next at Back to the Pav, at Strathpeffer Pavilion on the 12th of June.

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I'm Thomas Bisset, I'm primarily a music photographer based near Inverness (UK), although I have also been spotted shooting sport, portraiture and wildlife. I've also been putting pen-to-paper for InvernessGiGs.co.uk contributing concert reviews as well as my photographs. I've been taking photographs since I got my first camera at the age of seventeen, having saved up my earnings from my weekend job in a large electronics retail chain, and would often aimlessly wander my home town taking pictures of pretty much anything.Briefly becoming more focused on landscapes and wildlife (and not doing it particularly well), things all changed when I was invited to a local gig to take photographs for my friend's band. I became hooked, and have since shot many big name bands, as well as plenty of very talented local bands and music festivals.I also play bass (very badly), go mountain biking (occasionally) and play lots of videogames (like, nearly all the time).You can contact Tom via tom@thomasbisset.co.uk