As a band formed in 1989 in Scotland, Long Fin Killie may be best known as the band that singer Luke Sutherland sang for
before subsequently embarking on his solo project under the name of Bows. Other members in the band included Colin Greig,
David Turner, and Philip Cameron. Over the course of three albums and numerous singles, the Scottish act cemented their
musical style and constantly employed a mix of delicate string arrangements, horns, and of course, Luke Sutherland’s often
delicate singing style that often ventured into more aggressive waters during certain tracks. Singing about topics that ranged
from issues of race and sexuality to societal standards of beauty, the group remained anything but your typical rock act until
they disbanded in 1998.