CLACKS band Vida performed to a sell-out crowd at one of Glasgow’s most iconic venues.

The Wee County outfit held the concert at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Friday, February 23, drawing in more than 300 guests.

Speaking to the Advertiser, band member Jamie Piggott said it was an outstanding gig, creating memories they would never forget.

“It was up there with one of my favourites,” Jamie said. “Our crowds used to get compared to a football terrace back in the day and that’s the closest I’ve seen to that atmosphere again.

“Everyone and their mates were all hugging each other singing along and they’d all had a good drink which definitely helped.

“We had close to 350 guests and it was genuinely crammed, which was a sight to behold. I was grateful more than anything, especially some that travelled up from Liverpool and Leeds.

“That’s humbling and it’s even better that they actually had a brilliant night. I’m proud of the boys, we put a lot into it and it really paid off.

“I’m really looking forward to whatever is going to happen over the next year, I think people want a bit more of us.”

Initially forming in the last decade, Vida went on a hiatus around Covid lockdown time before coming back and rebranding.

Over the last 18 months or so, the five-strong outfit have been going from strength to strength, with the King Tut’s gig just the tip of the iceberg.

Looking ahead to the future, Jamie was rather coy about what’s coming next, but promised that fans of the band could have plenty to look forward to.

He continued: “We’ve not officially announced anything yet, but we’ve got some exciting things that we’re looking into.

“We feel like we don’t want to leave it too long in between gigs so we’re thinking of doing another local gig soon and then see what we can get.

“We’re putting feelers out and asking people where they’d like to see us play and we’re taking it from there.”

Vida’s music can be found on Spotify and other major streaming platforms.