A PEEBLES musician is returning to his roots to help launch his band's new EP.

Graham Coe is one half of the extraordinarily good The Jellyman's Daughter.

Fresh from touring Australia and Germany at the tail end of last year, the duo are set to hit the road again.

And to celebrate the release of their new EP, which was recorded in the Scottish Borders, Graham and bandmate Emily Kelly are playing a string of dates across the country.

The penultimate stop on their mini-tour, which takes in Celtic Connections, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Lerwick, London, Cambridge and Coventry, is an evening in Tweedsmuir Village Hall.

Promoter James Wallace told us: "Self-produced and recorded live in the picturesque scenery of the Borders, the EP features two new songs, two new covers and a stripped back version of Quiet Movie, the lead track from the duo’s most recent full-length album, Dead Reckoning.

"The recordings allow the musical intimacy of the pair shine through clearly, showcasing the affinity that has charmed audiences across the world.

"For fans of The Jellyman’s Daughter, this will be the last chance to see them before they embark upon extensive touring in Australia, USA, Canada, The Netherlands and Germany."

The Jellyman's Daughter will play Tweedsmuir Village Hall on Saturday, February 15.