RICHARD Jobson will be rolling back the years when he appears at PJ Molloy's with The Armory Show.

A new-wave band he fronted in 1983 – after The Skids – they're back on the road and play the Dunfermline venue tomorrow (Friday) night.

Richard said: "The Armory Show was one of my greatest ambitions. Greatest dreams. And it fell at the first hurdle. But what a story it could have been."

But the tale is set to continue and after gigs at venues and festivals across the UK and Ireland, and they'll bring their rousing live experience to PJs on Friday and King Tuts in Glasgow on Saturday.

The original line-up for The Armory Show – the band was named after a 1913 New York modernist art exhibition –.was Richard on vocals, Russell Webb on bass guitar, John McGeoch on guitar and John Doyle playing the drums.

The frontman is now joined by members of Sunstinger, Domiciles and Foreignfox.

Each show will feature a Q&A session with Richard.