On Glasgow’s Music and Soul

A guest editor pick by Laura Waddell, here’s Leo Condie of WHITE and Sarah Martin of Belle and Sebastian in conversation about Glasgow, music, and what their city means to them, with band chat and local tidbits along the way….

Bella Caledonia
06/12/2017 23:57
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