If you follow The Leylines, you’re likely to end up in Worcester this March.

To be more specific, you’ll find yourself at the Marr’s Bar, where your quest for interesting music and a performance will happily converge.

A spokesman said: “The South West-country collective established in 2013, with a genre-defying, eclectic sound that ranges from traditional folk to full blown festival rock. The Leylines are: Dan Thompson (electric guitar); Dave Burbidge (drums); Hannah Johns (violin); Sean Booth (bass); and Steve Mitchell (vocals/guitar).

“The Leylines was founded by a group of musicians in Weston-super-Mare (via Bristol), wishing to combine their individual musical styles into something that isn’t quite folk, sort of punk, 100% heart- pounding revelry. This unique sound, combined with frontman Steve Mitchell’s lyrics centred around life on the road and the state of society, has launched the band into the heart of the live music community and made them firm favourites of the festival circuit.”

The band released their debut album, the appropriately-named ‘Along The Old Straight Track’ in June 2016, produced by Sean Lakeman, recorded at The Metway studios in Brighton and mixed by Al Scott.

The spokesman added: “With this team on board, inevitably the record has drawn strong comparison to the likes of The Levellers, Mad Dog Mcrea and Ferocious Dog, whilst remaining an album by a band which have forged their own sound and identity.

“The new album Recover Reveal was released on 1st March and is garnering tremendous reviews. The LeylinesHaving played at many festivals over the years including Glastonbury Festival, Beautiful Days and Bearded Theory, The Leylines have become affectionately referred to as “Festival Favourites”.

As once critic put it: “The Leylines bring a raucous energy to everything they do

The date for the diary is Friday, March 6, from 8pm to 11.30pm.