SCOTTISH band Niteworks have announced they will disband in 2024 after 17 years.

The group from Skye was formed by school friends Allan MacDonald, Christopher Nicolson, Innes Strachan, and Ruaridh Graham in 2007.

In a statement, the band members said they could never have imagined in their "wildest dreams" where their music would take them.

Their music has been played at major events including the Edinburgh Hogmanay fireworks.

Niteworks will play a small run of shows in 2024 before wrapping things up.

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The band said: "We’ve had an absolute blast.

"However, this has never been a full-time venture for us, and we’ve now reached a point in our lives where we have a few more responsibilities than when we started."

The band has worked with other artists including Ellen Macdonald, Julie Fowlis, Kathleen MacInnes and Donald Macdonald.

Niteworks added: "We’ll be doing a small run of select shows in 2024 and we would love to see as many of you at them as possible, for one more dance."