'BETTER Days' are coming for Dunfermline as GUN perform at PJ Molloy's.

The Glasgow band, who rose to fame in the early nineties before splitting in 1997, are set to play an intimate gig in the city on August 18.

Jonny Watt, from the venue, said: "We're thrilled to have them in Dunfermline, make sure you don't miss out on what is set to be a memorable show."

After re-forming in 2008 with Toby Jepson replacing vocalist Mark Rankin and setting out on a reunion headline tour, the band made several line-up changes in 2010, losing Jepson, bringing in drummer Paul McManus and, later, bassist Derek Brown.

They had already rebranded to GUN during the previous decade in a bid to sound "less eighties", releasing 0141 632 6326, named after their information service, in a more pop-focused offering than their previous work.

An immediate success, the album's second track, 'Crazy You', hit number 21 after becoming a radio favourite.

Fronting the band since it's conception and first hits, 'Better Days' and 'Money', brothers Giuliano and Dante Gizzi, who was just 15 when they started out, are on the road again performing a series of intimate acoustic shows.

In recent years they have released their 'Break the Silence' album in 2012, followed by 'Frantic' in 2015, and their seventh studio record 'Favourite Pleasures' in 2017.

Tickets are available for the show at: https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/gun-pj-molloys-dunfermline-tickets/venueartist/444669/723550