SCOTLAND’S national music prize, The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award, is widely recognised as one of the most egalitarian and democratic awards in the UK music industry. With no listing fee or cost to participate, The SAY Award is once again welcoming music fans from all over the world to “Have their SAY” and cast their vote to influence which albums will secure a place on the award’s coveted Shortlist.
The SAY Award public vote is open from midnight on Monday 12 August until midnight on 14 August, giving music fans 72 hours to get behind their favourite album on the recently announced Longlist. The Longlisted album which secures the most votes will automatically gain a place on the coveted Shortlist, as well as a guaranteed minimum prize of £1,000. It also means that this album will be in with a chance to be hailed as Scottish Album of the Year 2019, with the winning artist receiving a £20,000 prize.
Vote for the album of your choice from Monday 12th August via WWW.SAYAWARD.COM.