Money Advice Scotland release GLASGOW NIGHTS compilation, ft. Mogwai, Franz Ferdinand, Sacred Paws, Spinning Coin & more

April 3, 2018

Money Advice Scotland presents new digital charity compilation:


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‘Glasgow Nights’ brings together artists who found their feet in Glasgow’s thriving live music community. Tracks have been generously donated by the following artists: Mogwai, The Pastels, Franz Ferdinand, Sacred Paws, Out Lines, Marnie, RM Hubbert, LYLO, Hairband, Roddy Hart and the Lonesome Fire, Errors and Spinning Coin, additionally two composers have donated theme tracks from standout Scottish TV and film. Mike Moran for ‘Taggart’ and Colin Tully for ‘Gregory’s Girl’.

All proceeds go to Money Advice Scotland, an anti-poverty charity. We are the leading trainer of money advisers in Scotland. We work to improve the financial health of the people of Scotland via our helpline and education services and act as a strong voice for consumers to influence social and public policy. Our mission is to be the driving force towards financial wellbeing for the people of Scotland.



1. Mogwai – Eternal Panther
2. Hairband – Flying
3. The Pastels – Boats
4. Mike Moran – No Mean City (The Theme From Taggart)
5. Spinning Coin – Never Ends
6. Colin Tulley – Theme from Gregory’s Girl
7. Marnie – Electric Youth
8. Roddy Heart & The Lonesome Fire – Kingdom Over Again
9. RM Hubbert – Simple Things
10. LYLO – Everthing’s Cool
11. Sacred Paws – Wet Graffiti
12. Out Lines – There Is A Saved Place
13. Errors – Genuflection
14. Franz Ferdinand – Lazy Boy


All proceeds go to Money Advice Scotland. Registered as a charity in Scotland no: SC005663
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Money Advice Scotland would like to thank all the artists and record labels who kindly donated tracks and the following companies for their pro-bono support: Radio press: Peer Group – Artwork: Wire – Online press: One Beat PR

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