Belle And Sebastian, Young Fathers and Paolo Nutini make Scottish Album of the Year shortlist

Honeyblood, Errors and Paws also nominated, with the winner to be announced on June 17

The shortlist for this year’s Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award has been announced.

Belle & Sebastian, Young Fathers and Paolo Nutini are among the big names on this year’s list of nominations, along with Honeyblood, Errors, PAWS, The Amazing Snakeheads and more.

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Produced by The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA), and now in its fourth year, the winner of the SAY Award is set to be unveiled on June 17 at a ceremony held at the O2 ABC Glasgow. The event will be hosted by Vic Galloway and Janice Forsyth.

Mogwai, King Creosote, Idlewild and The Twilight Sad are among the artists who failed to make it on to the shortlist since it was reduced from an initial longlist.

SAY Award shortlist 2015:

Belle And Sebastian – ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’
Errors – ‘Lease of Life’
Happy Meals – ‘Apéro’
Honeyblood – ‘Honeyblood’
Kathryn Joseph – ‘Bones You Have Thrown Me And Blood I’ve Spilled’
Paolo Nutini – ‘Caustic Love’
Paws – ‘Youth Culture Forever’
Slam – ‘Reverse Proceed’
The Amazing Snakeheads – ‘Amphetamine Ballads’
Young Fathers – ‘DEAD’

The Scottish Album of the Year 2014 was won by Young Fathers with ‘Tape Two’.


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