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Manager: Harry Farmer
“Multipart harmonies, lush orchestral string arrangements and a powerful folk-rock wall of sound.” -
“Class stamped all over a powerful performance. If there’s any justice, bigger things surely await
this generation’s newest favourite pop band.” - The Herald
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Team aerials up assemble. State bar !!!!! Tonight! Riot!
“Aerials Up are celebrating after being named best new band at the Scottish Brit awards. The unsigned seven-piece told the News they are “over the moon” after being crowned winners of the emerging talent award at the star-studded 2010 Tartan Clef Awards. Biffy Clyro, Paolo Nutini and Amy MacDonald have taken the coveted title in previous years. Frontman Alan Kemlo, 26, dedicated the gong to his mother Clare, who passed away two years ago, and violinist Cat Calton’s late stepmother Ingrid. Winning a Tartan Clef has topped off an incredible year for Aerials Up. After just one year together, the band has achieved huge success, headlining the BBC Introducing Stage at T in the Park and playing the Wickerman Festival. “Sometimes you feel like you’re banging your head against a brick wall, but then something like this happens and you think it might actually be worth it. “Hopefully this could push us towards being signed.” ”