A RENFREWSHIRE band are set to open for 90s chart-toppers Toploader this week.

Paisley four-piece The Deep Shining Sea, fresh from their performance at this year's Spree Festival, will provide the support at The Bungalow on Friday evening.

Toploader are currently touring the UK to mark the 20th anniversary of their album Onka's Big Moka.

The 1999 release featured top 20 hits Achilles Heel, Only for a While and Just Hold On.

However, the band are best known for the single Dancing in the Moonlight, which spearheaded the album's success two decades ago.

They take to the stage this Friday, with a healthy crowd expected at Paisley's premier live music venue.

Steven Hillcoat, singer for The Deep Shining Sea, said: "As always it's a pleasure to be playing in our hometown.

"Having a place to play locally is an important thing for bands trying to tread their path. That being said, having a venue that can attract big names and then for that venue to give local upcoming bands the opportunity to share the stage with those big names is a luxury that Paisley should be proud to boast.

"Toploader are a great live band with a festival vibe. We will compliment them well by putting on a fantastic show. Make sure to find us and follow us online."

Tickets for Toploader and The Deep Shining Sea are available on the door or through Event Brite.

The show kicks off at 8pm.

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