Admiral Fallow Nominated For UK AIM Award; Band Launches North American Tour This Weekend

Nettwerk Music Group is thrilled to announce that Scottish indie folk/rock quintet Admiral Fallow has been nominated for an award in the category of “Best 'Difficult' Second Album” in the UK’s AIM Independent Music Awards.  The nominees are chosen by various movers and shakers in the music industry (see the list here).  The awards will take place at London's The Brewery on October 29th and will be hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and BBC 6Music’s Steve Lamacq. The evening is set to be the most important event of the year for independent music in UK!

Admiral Fallow are continuing to tour in support of their sophmore effort, Tree Bursts In Snow. The band launches the North American leg of their tour this Saturday, September 29 in Chicago, IL as part of the Celtic Connections Festival (full list of tour dates are below).

AIM (Association of Independent Music) is a trade body established in 1999 to provide a collective voice the UK’s independent music industry. Essential and vital AIM represents over 800 member companies, from the largest and most respected labels in the World, to small start-ups and individual artists releasing their own music for the first time. AIM promotes this exciting and diverse sector globally and provides a range of services to members, enabling member companies to grow, grasp new opportunities and break into new markets. The AIM board is made up of a knowledgeable group of experienced industry professionals and includes Nettwerk’s very own Charlie Larby! Read more about the Awards and AIM here :

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