Record-breakers and chart-toppers Ward Thomas head to Northampton next year as part of a huge UK tour.
The 22-year-old twins Catherine and Lizzy made history with their new album Cartwheels when it reached the top spot in the UK album charts this year - the first ever UK country act to achieve the feat.
On top of that achievement, the album stayed in the top five for three weeks.
Ward Thomas were barely out of their teens when they became country crossover stars with the independently debut From Where We Stand.
The album went onto sell more than 25,000 copies in the UK.
Written in Nashville in 2014, Cartwheels was the song that kick started the entire writing process for the album.
It tells the sad tale of someone who refuses to accept that a relationship is over, brought to life by the sisters’ stripped back vocals and beguiling harmonies. They will headline the Roadmender in on Tuesday, May 23. Tickets cost £17 before fees and are on sale now via http://bit.ly/2f4Vr3P.