MUSIC lovers have just two days to submit their favourite Scottish album of the Year as submissions close on Friday, July 31 at midnight.

Fans can submit their top picks for The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award at for albums released between April 1, 2019 and May, 31 2020.

This year has seen a record number of album submissions with over 300 eligible albums already submitted.

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The lucky winner will collect a £20,000 cash prize while the runner up receives £1,000.

The winner is expected to be announced Thursday, 29 October.

Some of the talent in the running include Deacon Blue, Mogwai and Callum Beatie who have all, along with other artists, chosen their favourite Scottish albums of all time.

Ricky Ross from Deacon Blue chose The Blue Nile's Hats, saying: “I listen often and still love it from beginning to end. Ultimately it is the songs, they still move me.”

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The SAY Award also announced an exclusive YouTube Premier with 2019’s winner Auntie Flo, broadcasting August, 25, celebrating the DJ’s award-winning Radio Highlife album.

The award will be completely virtual this year with the award ceremony taking place as a virtual event.