Singer/songwriter Rm Hubbert is aiming to repeat his 2013 win for the Scottish Album of the Year Award after landing his second nomination in as many years.

The artist, aka Hubby, claimed the honour and its $32,000 (£20,000) prize last year (13) for Thirteen Lost & Found, and now his latest release, Breaks & Bone, has been shortlisted for 2014.

He will face competition for the third annual honour from the likes of Mogwai's Les Revenants, Biffy Clyro's Opposites and Chvrches' debut release The Bones of What You Believe. Edwyn Collins (Understated), Boards of Canada (Tomorrow's Harvest) and Hector Bizerk (Nobody Seen Nothing) are also among the 10 nominees.

The winner will be announced during a ceremony in Glasgow on 19 June (14).