GLASWEGIAN legends Deacon Blue have postponed their Hydro show due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The pop-rockers, featuring singers Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh, were due to play the venue on December 4.

They will now perform at the Hydro on December 19, 2021. 

The band said: "It is with sadness that we have to tell you our 2020 Cities of Love tour has been postponed to 2021. Tickets for all the rescheduled shows remain valid and your ticket agent will be in contact regarding your booking. We are longing to perform again.

"There is some good news, we have added new shows to the tour, with extra dates in London and Manchester, new shows in Dundee and Sheffield and a bigger venue in Birmingham (your original tickets are still valid for this show). Tickets for these shows are on sale now and we are happy to announce that Jamie Lawson will be supporting us throughout the tour.

"We’re working on bringing something to you before the end of the year that we hope you’ll enjoy. More details on that soon.

"Sending you love and good health, Deacon Blue."

The band, who formed in 1985, are best known for songs Dignity, Real Gone Kid and Fergus Sings The Blues. 

Original tickets remain valid.