BALLINGRY band Paris Street Rebels are going to cause Halloween havoc in Dunfermline.

The band want ghosts and ghouls to make their way to the Auld Grey Toun later this month for a night of frights and thrills.

They plan on adorning the inside of PJ Molloys with decorations on October 26, urging punters to dress for the occasion.

Grant Malcolm (vocals/guitar) told the Times: "It's going to be a big party.

"It's been a while since we've headlined PJs but we specifically asked for this date so we could really make an event of it.

"We'll all be in costume and we want as many people as possible to do the same and make it a great night.

"There will also be prizes for best-dressed so it's definitely worth dressing to impress."

The Dunfermline music scene regulars have also been boosted this week by festival news.

It was announced last Monday that they had won this year's Tenement Trail competition as festival organisers looked for an opening act for the event on October 12.

Success also means that the four-piece will have recording time at the reputable Glasgow recording studios Gorbals Sound.

"We spent time – more than a year – in the shadows thinking and writing away," Grant continued.

"We're exactly where we want to be now.

"We've been releasing material since August so we've had a great year with the singles and gigging.

"Outwith Festival this year was class. It was an amazing experience for us and for the entire town.

"All the venues were packed. We were playing Monty's for the first time and it was a great venue. We opened the Royal British Legion at the festival last year, so I guess it shows our progression that we're making our way up the bill."

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