Gav Prentice is a Glasgow based musician originally from Bathgate, West Lothian. He was one half of the multi-instrumentalist euphoric-pop duo Over the Wall, best known for their debut album Treacherous on Motive Sounds Recordings, their Around The Isles in 80 Days endurance tour of Britain and Ireland, and their flagship anthem Thurso, borrowed for the theme of BBC comedy series Burnistoun. As part of Over the Wall, Gav has also contributed music to the Scottish Government's Greener Scotland campaign, Channel 4's Skins, and Kieran Hurley's Hitch. His debut solo album The Invisible Hand was released on Instinctive Racoon records in 2012, showcasing a darker lyrical focus and more minimalist production style. The release was supported with touring around the country and contains original songs which would later feature in National Theatre of Scotland’s Rantin, in which he also performed for its nationwide tour in 2014. Over the Wall recently released the This Is How We Did It EP and the single Tell Her I Love Her on Gerry Loves Records before marking their split with a run of packed farewell performances in summer 2014. Following this Gav has worked on National Theatre of Scotland’s ‘Tin Forest’ and new solo material incorporating influences from folk, pop, electronica, metal, jazz and hip-hop.