A grown man stotting around a muddy field in a skirt and heels channelling his inner Freddie Mercury (think the I Want To Break Free video).
“There's a reason there's only two of us onstage,” growls Isaac Holman, the bare-chested drummer doing all the talking and most of the singing. “When me and my friend Laurie (Vincent, the heavily-tattooed guitarist in a leather waistcoat standing alongside him) wanted to start a band, no-one else wanted to join us.”
“There’s an old saying in my country that if you ‘practice, practice, practice you’ll get to the Carnegie Hall. Well, I’ve just found another way to get to the Carnegie Hall!” laughed American song writing legend Jimmy Webb as he took to the stage in Fife for the first time at the Dunfermline version of Carnegie’s New York name sake.
He wasn’t the best known name on the bill, but blues rock guitarist Kris Barras summed up the PKD Festival best as he took to the Dalgety Bay stage late on Saturday afternoon with his blend of soul-wrenching melodies that has recently seen him reach number two in the blues chart.