The release in 2014 of their double album 'Live at the Gardyne' has cemented AMWF's position as one of the finest new bands to come out of Scotland in recent years. Their reputation has built over the past two years through appearances at festivals - including the rare ability to fill a T in the Park tent for the opening slot on a Sunday - some increasingly high-profile radio sessions such as Bob Harris on Radio 2 and a collaboration with Dougie Maclean on a new version of Caledonia.
The live set up is fluid, with changing lead singers and each member having the ability to pick up pretty much any instrument on stage, which includes double bass, banjo, mandolin, bouzouki and harmonium.
As a reviewer said after a live performance near Inverness "There is something inexplicably natural about AMWF ... If you get the opportunity go see them, you won’t be disappointed."
We saw them play at the Belladrum Festival and all anyone could say was "Just imagine that in the Byre" - and it was quite something. The band also played a short acoustic set in the Inchyra Arts Club gazebo at Belladrum 2014.