Biffy Clyro, Edwyn Collins and Mogwai are among the Scottish artists who will compete for the country's top music prize.

Biffy Clyro's record Opposites is in the running for the prestigious Scottish Album of the Year (Say) honour, along with offerings from other local acts including Collins, who is nominated for Understated, and Mogwai for Les Revenant.

Other nominees include The Bones Of What You Believe by Chvrches, Camera Obscura's Desire Lines and Frightened Rabbit's Pedestrian Verse.

The award, which is Scotland's answer to Britain's prestigious Mercury Prize, will be partly decided by a public vote, which will narrow the list of nominees down to 10 finalists, and a panel of independent judges will then pick the winner.

The Say prize will be announced at a ceremony in Glasgow, Scotland on 19 June (14).