Roots-rock band Bluehorses will be appearing in Malvern to herald the May Day parade.

The group will be performing at Gingers (formerly Scallywags) on Worcester Road, on April 27, to promote their forthcoming album, Ten Leagues Beyond The Wild World's End.

The Wales-based band is highly acclaimed for its own brand of 'Celtadelia', and has been awarded Album of the Month by Mojo magazine, for their 1999 release Dragons Milk and Coal.

They have notched up three consecutive years at Glastonbury festival, as well as more than 1,000 shows around the UK and Europe.

The band describe their music as "a diverse and dynamic mix of Celtic sounds and rock and roll grooves", led by twin electric fiddles, Hammond organ and guitars.

The May Day event is a day of community arts celebration, moved forward to April 28 to avoid a clash with the Upton Folk Festival. The gig begins at 7.30pm and tickets are £4, on the door.