SNACK Scotland, best new music 2020 playlist

From where we stand, this playlist highlights the best of Scotland’s new music in 2020. Lots of the artists featured here are at the start of their career, and, if you didn’t know of them before now, you’ll be sure to hear a lot more from them in the months and years to come.

84 artists, 85 tracks. We’d a great time pulling the list together; we hope you enjoy.

Happy New Year when it comes.


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