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Top Scottish Albums in 2014: Releases to Look Forward To

Some of Scotland's best loved bands and musicians will release their latest albums this year.

To ensure you don't miss anything, here are some of the most highly anticipated 2014 Scottish albums.

We've also put together a list of some of the year's best television, film, literature and theatre highlights. To see these click on the links below.

Emeli Sandé

The Scottish singer has been hard at work in the studio and will reportedly release her follow up to her hugely successful 'Our Version of Events' in 2014.



The hard rock band, famous for such hits as 'Back in Black', will be premiering new songs within the next year. Guitarist Malcolm Young has confirmed that the band are working on new material and this will likely be released in 2014.



The group, fronted by Scottish singer Shirley Manson, have stated that their as-yet untitled album is scheduled to be released in 2014.


Nina Nesbitt

The Edinburgh singer-songwriter, who had success with her single 'Stay Out', will release her debut album, Peroxide, on the 17th.



As a follow-up to the hit album 'Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will' the Glasgow favourites will be releasing their highly anticipated eighth studio album, Rave Tapes on the 20th of January.


Twin Atlantic

The Glasgow Band, whose debut album 'Free' was a big hit, have confirmed that that they are near completion of their second studio album and will be premiering their new material when they perform in festivals this summer.



The Twilight Sad

The indie rock band from Kilsyth have confirmed that they are working on the successor to 2010's 'No one Can Ever Know', and are also re-releasing a deluxe version of their debut album, 'Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters'. New material is expected in 2014.




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