Stuart David

Stuart David is a Scottish musician, songwriter and novelist. He co-founded the band Belle & Sebastian (1996–2000) and then went on to front Looper (1998–present). He is the author of the novels Nalda Said and The Peacock Manifesto, published by I.M.P.Fiction in 1999 and 2001 respectively. His third novel, A Peacock’s Tale, was published by Barcelona Review in 2011. His latest book, In the All-Night Café: A Memoir of Belle and Sebastian’s Formative Year, is published by Little, Brown. You can follow him on Twitter here and Facebook here.  

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Stuart David (Belle & Sebastian, Looper) and James Fearnley (the Pogues) for The Talkhouse Music Podcast

Stuart David (Belle & Sebastian, Looper) and James Fearnley (the Pogues) for The Talkhouse Music Podcast

Two fine authors who also happen to be great musicians talk about writing books about your bandmates and also how not to seem like a knobhead.

Stuart David (Belle & Sebastian, Looper) Talks Alt-J’s This Is All Yours

By Stuart David | September 15, 2014

Stuart David (Belle & Sebastian, Looper) Talks Alt-J’s This Is All Yours

The new Alt-J album finds hope for a new generation of kids no longer in thrall to rock & roll’s clichés of attitude and self-destruction.