IT'S time for T for one up and coming Clydebank band. Bankie rockers Waiting For Go are set to take to T Break stage at famous Scottish festival T in the Park this July.

The indie five piece, influenced by bands such as the Killers and the Arctic Monkeys as well as dance DJ Calvin Harris, will take to the stage alongside 15 other breakthrough acts over the weekend.

And Waiting For Go, made up of lead singer Jordan Butler, guitarists Jack McDade and Connor Mullin, bassist Liam Browne and drummer Michael Rennie, hope that they'll soon follow in the footsteps of bands such as Biffy Clyro and The Script who have all made it big since appearing on the Balado stage for up and coming acts.

Guitarist Connor, 19, can't wait to make the most of the festival atmosphere.

He told Livebank: "This is just unbelievable.

"We sent a demo of a few of our new un-released songs to a representative from Tennent's earlier this year then forgot about it and got on with other things.

"When we got the call to say that we had been chosen, we couldn't believe it - it's great.

"T in the Park is such a big festival for Scottish bands and Scottish crowds are always amazing so it's going to be brilliant.

"Bands like Biffy Clyro started by playing on the T Break Stage, so it's flattering that we've been chosen to perform there too."

Waiting For Go will join musical heavyweights such as The Killers, Mumford and Sons, Rhianna and Chase and Status at the 20th anniversary of the three-day festival from July 12 until July 14.

"We're going to stay for the whole weekend," Connor continued.

"There's so many bands we want to see. I can't wait to check out Two Door Cinema Club, The Killers and Calvin Harris.

"It hasn't really sunk in yet that we'll be playing T in the Park, it's a bit of a dream-come-true to be on the bill, especially as it's the 20th anniversary. We're really excited."

With an infectious blend of indie rock and dance beats, Waiting For Go pride themselves on offering crowds, no matter how big or small, a great time.

The guitarist added: "We love bands like Bloc Party and the Arctic Monkeys but we also love Calvin Harris and David Guetta.

"We love writing music that we enjoy ourselves and always try to get people to dance and have fun at all of our gigs."

Tennent's have been proudly supporting Scotland's grassroots music scene through T Break for the past 18 years, providing the freshest unsigned talent in the country with the opportunity to showcase their material to fans and music industry insiders alike on the biggest platform for unsigned artists at T in the Park - the T Break Stage.

George Kyle, head of sponsorship at Tennent's Lager said: "Tennent's are truly passionate about supporting Scotland's grassroots music scene, there is a huge amount of unsigned and emerging talent in this country and we believe that, through T Break, we can help nurture and showcase this talent, hopefully helping acts to realise their potential and go on to a successful career in the music industry. The quality of the demos this year was particularly strong and I think fans will be really excited by the acts playing the T Break Stage this year."

And Connor has some sound advice for aspiring Bankie musicians.

He said: "Clydebank has always had a good music scene - there must be something in the water.

"My advice for any musicians in the area would be to never give up. We have had so many terrible gigs and we've had people tell us that they don't like us but we've just carried on and had fun.

"Just keep doing it because you enjoy it and one day you could get a call and you'll be playing at T in the Park."

Check out Waiting For Go at the T Break Stage at T in the Park this summer.

For more information about the band find Waiting for Go on Facebook and to check out the full T in the Park line-up visit