PRIMES are looking to lay down a marker for a successful 2020 when they headline in Glasgow this month.

The Falkirk trio finished last year with some serious momentum, having released their sixth single before a sold out gig at Behind the Wall in November.

New releases are on the way with at least one festival date already nailed down.

A foray into Stirling is also on the cards but, before then, Primes will play top of the bill at Audio on Friday, February 28.

Sarah Monteith-Skelton, the band's guitarist, told The Weekender: "It’s always nice to headline a show in Glasgow.

"It’s our first headline this year and we are joined by some great up and coming bands/artists that we are looking forward to sharing a stage with. So it should be a great night.

"We have been in the practice room a lot recently working on new tunes and our set.

"There are some slight changes in there with regards to our song choices and dynamics.

"We are excited about bringing it to our live performances, starting with this show."

Support on the night will come in the form of Fuzzy Lop, Cajun Moon, Bight and John McGuire.

Montieth-Skelton said: "Fuzzy Lop are from Glasgow, I am excited to see them live as I have noticed their name pop on a few gigs around Glasgow now so it will be great to meet them and enjoy their show.

"Cajun Moon are from our hometown Falkirk. We haven’t had the chance to share a stage with them yet so that will be great.

"We know a couple of the guys in the band so it’s nice to be on the same bill.

"Bight are a three-piece band based in Glasgow. With a lo-fi indie take on dream pop, Bight harbour environmental themes and philosophical undertones.

"Inspired by the likes of Mazzy Star and Angel Olsen their thoughtful tunes are swimming with resonance. Looking forward to seeing them live.

"John McGuire is an acoustic Singer/Songwriter from Glasgow. This will be a great way to open the show. Really looking forward to his set."

Late last year, the three-piece unveiled their latest single Dreamer and I, in support of tour dates north and south of the border.

In an interview for the launch edition of The Weekender, they revealed they were hoping to release a follow-up The Moment early in 2020.

The track isn't quite ready yet, but the band are hopeful of announcing a release date for the song – now simply called Moment – in the very near future.

For those unable to make this show at Audio, Primes will be performing at a number of venues over the next few months and into the summer.

Also on the horizon is a major hometown show in Falkirk towards the end of the year.

Monteith-Skelton added: "Festival season is approaching and we are hoping to make announcements about that soon.

We have already announced we are opening the main stage of Vibration Festival 2020 which we can’t wait for."

She added: "We headline Temple Nightclub Falkirk in October. This is our biggest headline show to date with a 300 capacity.

"Before then, we have a few shows coming up, some of which still to be announced. We make our debut in Stirling on March 27 at The Kilted Kangaroo."