The Tracks Of My Year: The Best Songs Of 2014…

God Bless us, Every One. In case you have a moment in the day between new socks, brussel sprouts and Peter Capaldi where you don’t know what to do with yourself, here’s Scots Whay Hae!’s favourite songs of the last 12 months to offer an alternative soundtrack to Christmas time.

There’s little point messing about, so I’ll keep it simple. Below are 10 greats tracks for your pleasure. There are links to the original posts if you want to learn more, but right here, right now, it’s just the hits. Gather round your Christmas tree and let’s rock…

Night Noise Team – The Enemy, Time

Lorraine McCauley & The Borderlands – Big Love

The Pearlfishers – To The Northland

The Hazey Janes – The Fathom Line

Honeyblood – Killer Bangs

Dumb Instrument – Suffering From Scottishness

Skinny Dipper – Landing

Natalie Pryce – Emily

Craig Armstrong – Crash

The Son(s) – Paint Eyes On Your Eyelids

Something for everyone, I’m sure you’ll agree. The best of a cracking year in music, and you can hear more chat about 2014’s best music and other stuff, on the most recent podcast

One thought on “The Tracks Of My Year: The Best Songs Of 2014…

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