A PERTHSHIRE music and arts festival has dropped cryptic teasers hinting at its line-up of performers.

The Otherlands festival posted a series of clues to encourage festivalgoers to guess the artists that will be appearing.

A lightbox, bearing the phrase "everything is not as it seems", has been recorded in various iconic locations around the country, including Glen Coe, Calton Hill, Glenfinnan Viaduct and Queensferry Crossing.

The videos, posted to the festival’s social media accounts, feature a cryptic background track, serving as an indicator for who attendees can expect to perform.

Interactive posters have also appeared across Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester and London, presenting a QR code that directs to a web page with lyrical clues.

The event, hosted at Scone Palace, will showcase a variety of entertainers across five stages throughout the three-day camping retreat.

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This is the second year the festival will be taking place, having welcomedinternational artists including Jamie XX, DJ Seinfeld, Honey Dijon, and homegrown talent Joesef to the stage last year.

The event is presented by Scottish promoters FLY.

Festival director Tom Ketley said: “We are delighted to be launching the 2023 edition of Otherlands Music & Arts Festival.

"Our debut year exceeded all expectations, and we can’t wait to share what we have in store for this year.

"Reflecting the adventurous ethos of the festival we’re excited to see who follows the clues to guess the first names confirmed.”

Otherlands has declared that "phase 1" acts will be announced on Wednesday, January 25.

The arts and music festival will take place between August 11 to 13.

The event is offering exclusive early access to attendees who sign up at their website: https://www.otherlandsfestival.com