WITH Euro 2020 frenzy at its peak in Dumbarton and the Vale, take a look back in time at the song the Tartan Army love to sing.

It is now almost thirty years to the day since Runrig, who formed in 1973, played outdoors to a 50,000 people crowd at Balloch on the shores of Loch Lomond.

And their famous version of the traditional folk song "Loch Lomond" has been enjoyed at every birthday party, wedding, and celebration up and down Scotland, with the Scotland national team's fans adopting it as one of their favourites.

With the Euros now underway, and Scotland ready to take on the Czech Republic on Monday, June 14 before heading down to Wembley to take on the Auld Enemy, this live performance from the banks of Loch Lomond in 1991 is sure to get everyone excited for the games - and get the hairs standing up on the back of every Scot's neck, even if you're not a football fan.

In 2016, Runrig released their 14th and final studio album, The Story, featuring 11 tracks to help "bring curtain down on a remarkable and unique recording career".

The band played their final gig in the shadow of Stirling Castle in August 2018 at the conclusion of their "The Last Dance" tour.