After an album break of almost six years, trip hop duo Massive Attack have announced a European tour with the promise of exciting new material.
Robert '3D' Del Naja and Grant 'Daddy G' Marshall have confirmed a 22-date tour starting in early 2016 with one Scottish slot at Glasgow's O2 Academy on January 22.
But the tour will also incorporate Scottish talent with Edinburgh-based outfit Young Fathers confirmed to join as special guests.
Massive Attack's last album Heligoland was released in 2010, but the group are best known for the 1998 hit Teadrop from the album Mezzanine.
After picking up the Mercury Prize in 2014, Young Fathers have been hard at work promoting the latest album White Men Are Black Too and will perform at Glasgow's SSE Hydro this year supporting Paul Weller.
They will perform extensively across the UK with Massive Attack in 2016 with dates in Leicester, Birmingham and London.
The tour runs from January 19 - February 26 and tickets are on sale Friday October 9 at 9am. Fans can sign up for pre-sale notifications in the UK here.