They will be covering some of their favourite venues and festivals in the UK – including WemsFest on February 16 at 8pm.
WemsFest spokesman Mark Ringwood said: “Supported by grant-funding from Creative Scotland, they have teamed up with BAFTA-winning animator Cat Bruce to create a unique performance for a virtual tour between February 11 and March 6 2021.
“Each of the five band members has written brand-new music which has been set to a new animation – Dùsgadh – specifically created for the tour.
“Themed on folklore and mystical tales, it’s inspired by the landscape of mountains, rivers, forests and trees as well as mythical creatures and tells the story of nature and our surroundings through music and animation.
“This is a powerful and poignant piece of work conceived and delivered throughout a turbulent and challenging year for the arts.
“The music and animation were produced during lockdown and finalised in the early winter.
“The evening also includes behind-the-scenes footage and unseen live performances and a Q & A hosted by BBC Radio Scotland broadcaster and musician Anna Massie.”
Mark added: “We have joined up with Southdowns Folk Festival and Wickham Music Festival to bring you this hour-long evening with Breabach at 8pm on February 16.
“Tickets cost a minimum of £12 and proceeds will be split to support the artists, WemsFest, Southdowns and Wickham.
“The concert is being streamed by myplayer.
“Each venue or festival will feature the stream on a particular night of the tour and ticket buyers will be sent a time-limited link to access the stream on TV, PC or mobile device.
“The stream will not be available on YouTube or any other platforms and can only be accessed as part of this tour.
“You’ll be able to watch the show again up to March 8.”
You can book to enjoy the concert at https://myplayer.uk/dusgadh“Please note that you can only get tickets via the link. You cannot buy them locally or from Wegottickets.
“The link will take you to the secure booking website where you can select tickets for any of the shows on the tour.
“All nights have the same content, but please do buy them for the local show, February 16 at 8pm WemsFest with Wickham & South Downs Folk Festivals so that WemsFest benefits.
“WemsFest has a long association with Breabach, who last played at the lovely Chidham Village Hall in February 2019.
“We are delighted to be part of this project which we hope will financially aid the band during these difficult times and at the same time be a new and enjoyable event for WemsFest audiences.”
More details about the band on breabach.com