Folksy Scottish eight-piece band Skerryvore are premiering the music video for their song "At the End of the Line" exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

With a traditional sound and plenty of instruments — including pipes and whistles, Highland bagpipes and an accordion — in the mix, Skerryvore's music has a uniquely Scottish vibe. Their video for "At the End of the Line" was filmed in the lush Trossachs National Park in Scotland, with Loch Lomond serving as a backdrop; it's a fitting setting for a tune that's about finding "paradise wherever your people are."

"The song is inspired by the concept that, no matter where you are in the world, true paradise is when you are with the people you love and care for most," says Skerryvore lead singer Alex Dalglish, who wrote "At the End of the Line." The song appears on the band's sixth studio album, titled EVO, which they released in June. The disc is currently available for streaming on all digital music services, including Spotify and Apple Music.

In Skerryvore, Dalglish is joined by the Gillespie brothers — accordion player Daniel and bagpiper Martin — as well as Scott Wood (pipes and whistles), Craig Espie (fiddle), Alan Scobie (keys), Fraser West (drums) and bassist Jodie Bremaneson. The band began in 2005 and has performed, among other places, in Central Park in New York City and at the Shanghai Expo in China throughout the last decade-plus.

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