Scottish Art rock combo Roads To Damascus started their career when the frontman Calum Jamieson (guitar, composition) came across and hit it off with Steve Simms (voices) in 2008. They released their eponymous debut creation in December 2009 in collaboration with a young drummer, and soon after that, recruited Dave White (drums, percussion) and Mike Bruce (bass), both of whom had different musical experiences from the two founders and gave development to the combo.
Whilst they recorded their second album “R2D2” in 2011, they found and invited Mo Hammond (keyboards, harp) temporarily, and they signed a contract with a US label Melodic Revolution Records in early 2012. Dave and Mike left the combo on the 24th of October 2012 because of busy work or life commitments (Dave came back before their third album was released, anyway). Their third album “Precious Empires” was launched in June 2015.