Scottish Album of the Year win
21 June 2012
Congratulations go to Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat as their album 'Everything's Getting Older' has been named the Scottish Album of the Year. Their award-winning album is available to download in Studio Master.
The duo won £20,000 for their work, which was eight years in the making, beating acts such as Mogwai and Conquering Animal Sound. Judges described 'Everything's Getting Older' as a 'bruised and beautiful wonder'. Written by composer Wells along with Arab Strap member Moffat, the album is a mixture of jazz-inspired love songs and spoken word pieces.
Aidan Moffat, said: 'It's fantastic. I still can't quite believe it. Obviously we're very, very happy. It was a great shortlist. The Scottish Album of the Year Award is all about introducing people to a wide variety of different types music - the award is Aidan Moffat & The Best-OfsBill WellsEverything's Getting Older
very, very important from an industry point of view too and we hope there are many more of them.'