A FIERY gig from a Scottish rocker is heading to PJ Molloy's this October.

Ewan Macfarlane will be visiting Dunfermline during his latest headline tour, following the release of his new single, 'Won't Stop Burnin'.

The darkly funny track was inspired by a row with his wife, Jo, one Saturday night on the way to a Snuts show.

Ewan, the former frontman for Apollo 440 and Grim Northern Social, recalled: "One thing led to another, and we ended up having a massive barney. Taking none of my rubbish, when the car stopped at the traffic lights outside the subway, she jumped out the car in the middle of the road, told me in no uncertain terms what I could do, and to go to see The Snuts on my own.

"She then hopped onto the subway to make her way home. This is the story of that night."

The singer is also known for recent releases 'Tangled' and 'All Those Years', which will also be included on his upcoming album, 'MILK'.

Ewan's tour follows his run performing as a special guest to GUN, who played at PJs last month, and will come to the city on October 7.

Tickets are available at: ewanmacfarlanemusic.com/gigs