TWO local musicians have searched centuries of archives to create an album dedicated to Dunfermline's weaving heritage.

Gifford Lind and Alex Black launch Weave Trust with Truth on Sunday in the town after flicking through history for inspiration.

The album title is a long-established motto adopted by weavers, with its songs featuring key events, activities and characters from Dunfermline's weaving past.

Gifford explains: "When Dunfermline’s new museum was being planned, I was delighted to be asked to record some weaving songs to be used in the weaving display. I set out to find songs about Dunfermline weaving and was surprised to find that very few existed, and this prompted singer Alex Black and myself to start developing songs about Dunfermline’s weaving heritage.

"The songs on the album both entertain and inform about much of this history, and have certainly fuelled a fascination about Dunfermline weaving in the singers involved."

Weave Trust with Truth launches in the Canmore Room of the Carnegie Dunfermline Library and Galleries on Sunday at 2pm.

Copies of the album are available online via Amazon and locally at Andrew Carnegie's Birthplace Museum and Fire Station Creative.

All profits from the sale of the albums will go to help dementia sufferers in West Fife.