The chart-topping four-piece are no strangers to the festival, having played an unsigned stage on their first visit, and then, most recently in 2012, where they performed to a packed out main stage. This year however, they will play the smaller capacity Hothouse Stage tent which, organisers warn, will fill up quickly.
The organisers of the Inverness weekender have also confirmed the line up for the electronic stage, Mothers Ruin. It will feature a variety of up and coming talent, including headliners State of Grace, who will appear on the Friday night, and Edinburgh based Grant Clark on the Saturday, as well as Hypnotic Groove, who have released music from Skiddle's own Barium Network.
Set in the Inverness countryside on the Belladrum Estate, close to the village of Beauly, the festival will cover a selection of genres, with heaps of family friendly activities on site, including street theatre, cinema and children's entertainment.