Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic will feature in a short film about Glasgow's music scene. 

The band has teamed up with Ticketmaster to unveil The Sound of Glasgow, a deeply personal short film exploring the rich musical tapestry of the city.

Produced in collaboration with Ticketmaster, the short offers viewers an intimate look at the crucial role Glasgow's live music venues played in shaping Twin Atlantic's ascent to fame.

From iconic spots like King Tut's Wah Wah Hut to The Barrowland Ballroom, the film showcases the city's vibrant musical heritage and the passionate communities that have fuelled Twin Atlantic's success.

During The Sound of Glasgow, band members Sam McTrusty and Ross McNae share insights into the unique atmosphere of the city's smaller venues where every performance feels like an electrifying shared experience.

Discussing the film, Ross McNae said: "We loved sharing our story through this new film, honouring the venues and communities that have been such a huge part of our musical journey.

“From the small grassroots venues of Glasgow to the global stage, this documentary is a testament to the shared experiences and unforgettable moments we've created together. Thank you for being a part of our story.”

Andrew Parsons, Managing Director of Ticketmaster UK said: "It's been amazing to see the rise of Twin Atlantic, from tiny backrooms right through to headlining festivals.

“We loved being part of this film and seeing the band in their hometown soaking up the magic of these iconic venues that have been key in shaping their success, in Scotland and beyond.”

The band will be touring the UK in November to celebrate the release of their upcoming album ‘Meltdown, out on August 9.