Former Belle & SebastiAn bassist Stuart David is set to pen a memoir about his time with the group.
David co-founded the Scottish pop band with singer Stuart Murdoch in 1996 but left in 2000 to focus on writing his novels, Nalda Said and The Peacock Manifesto, and his new group Looper.
During his time with Belle & Sebastian, the band released four albums.
In The All Night Cafe, which will cover David's first 18 months with the group, will be released in February, 2015.
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