One of THE voices of British music in the late 90's, or more precisely the norrthern part of it, Aidan Moffat unmistable warblings were first recorded under his own name after Arab Strap split in 2006 with the following year's I Can Hear Your Heart. He had, however, two solo afforts under his belt as L. Pierre - the first, 2002's Hypnogogia apparently done as a response to a challenge set by then bandmate Malcolm Middleton. Moffat returned in early 2009, back by The Best Ofs, for the aptly titled How to Get to Heaven From Scotland.
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Since the demise of Arab Strap in 2006 Aidan John Moffat hasn’t exactly been...
Glasgow's acclaimed indie scene has thrown up no shortage of great bands, from the Jesus and Mary Chain and Teenage Fanclub to Belle and Sebastian and, latterly, Frightened Rabbit, but all too often, it ain't half miserable. Anyone looking for another helping of booze, bad sex, self-loathing,...