Belle & Sebastian and Snow Patrol Receive Mercury Nominations
Added on 21st July 2004

Belle & Sebastian and Snow Patrol’s latest albums have both been recognised by the judges of the Nationwide Mercury Prize. They join a shortlist of twelve of the best British albums of the last 12 months in the contest for one of the countries most prestigious music awards. Also on the shortlist are The Streets, Franz Ferdinand, Keane and Basement Jaxx. The winner will be announced on September 7.

‘What to Look For in Summer’ arrives on December the 11th. [cont…]

Confirmed details of our special Love Record Stores Day limited edition. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian’s ‘Tigermilk’ is one of the ‘Sounds of Scotland’ that feature in the National Album Day exhibition. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian’s soundtrack album for Simon Bird’s film ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer‘ is now available. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian have released new single ‘Sister Buddha’ from their forthcoming OST for ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer’ [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian will be returning to North America for a two week tour this summer. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian have announced that they will play a very special one off concert in Glasgow with the RSNO. [cont…]

20 years since they took fans for a weekend away at the Bowlie Weekender, Belle and Sebastian would like you to join them at sea for The Boaty Weekender. [cont…]