Developed by the Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA), The SAY Award is one of the Scotland’s most ambitious and lucrative arts prizes. With £20,000 awarded to the winning album, nine runners-up prizes of £1,000 and an Art Commission valued at £20,000, The SAY Award champions the strength and diversity of Scotland’s musical output and the vital, enduring relationship it shares with the world of visual art.


The second annual SAY Award ceremony took place on June 21st in one of the most loved venues of Glasgow – Barrowlands. We sent Alicja and Conor along who managed to talk to this year’s winner RM Hubbert and well as one of the runners-up, Admiral Fallow.

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