A CLYDEBANK band say they felt ‘honoured’ to support chart-toppers Scouting for Girls at a recent food festival.

The Ronains played before the London band at Rouken Glen’s Foodies Festival at the weekend and expressed their delight at striking up a conversation with lead singer Roy Stride after their set.

The indie-rock band appeared on the Sunday of the three-day festival in East Renfrewshire which included grub, drink and music from acts such as Scouting for Girls and Callum Beattie.

The quartet of Jim, Debi, Linzi and Ciaran posted to their Facebook how chuffed they were with the way their weekend went.

They wrote: “The Ronains supporting Scouting for Girls at Foodies Festival was fantastic.

“We were honoured to have Roy Stride the lead singer watch the band's set and got talking at the end, an awesome guy.

“Scouting for Girls were once again phenomenal and well-deserved chart-toppers.”

It capped off a packed weekend for the Bankie foursome who played the Dunbar Harbour Festival on Saturday, rocking up at the Dunbar Battery -  a historic structure built in 1781 to protect the town from privateers and invaders.

Dunbar was also the site of the Battle of Dunbar in 1650.

The band added: “It was an honour to play in a venue that’s seen historic battles and more.

“Thank you to everyone that came and what a place to live.

“Let’s do it again Dunbar.”