This Scottish folk band was made in 1994 by Shetland resident Joyce Reid as a car for the precocious fiddling talents of her teenage daughters Jenna Reid (b. Shetland, Scotland) and Bethany Reid (b. Shetland, Scotland). The Reids had been joined up with by their friend Gemma Wilson to full a three-fiddle line-up, with Joyce Reid associated girls on piano at live performances. Filska performed at local occasions through the entire Shetland and Orkney Islands and produced an early business into the studio room to record their debut, 1995’s Harvest House. The record demonstrated exceptional skill levels to get a music group whose oldest member (barring Joyce Reid) was just 14 years of age. The line-up was extended in 1998 using the launch of Andrew Tulloch (electric guitar/vocals), who got contributed to the recording from the trio’s second record, Period And Tide. Filska continued to be a continuing concern in to the brand-new millennium as the people reached maturity, with Joyce Reid significantly taking a back again chair. Despite their participation in other tasks, the quartet continuing to tour thoroughly and in 2003 finished a new recording for the Feet Stompin’ label.