Despite the current coronavirus pandemic, The Scottish Album of the Year Award, always one of the highlights of Scotland’s musical calendar, will return for its ninth year in 2020!

Album submissions for the award will open tomorrow 1st July at 8am.

Fans, artists, and labels can all submit eligible albums, for free, to be considered for one of the most lucrative prize funds in the UK, with the winner collecting a £20,000 cash prize and 9 runners up on the Shortlist winning £1,000 each.

Albums released from 1st April 2019 till 31st May 2020 will be eligible for entry. Both physical and digital only releases are eligible. All submissions must be made before midnight on Friday 31st July 2020. 

More for fans

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic The SAY Award will be going digital for the first time ever, giving fans the chance to be part of the traditionally industry exclusive final award ceremony.

SUBMIT ELIGIBLE ALBUMS NOW – sayward.com

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SAY Award 2020


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