THE full line-up for The Scottish Alternative Music Awards’ Paisley Takeover has been revealed.

Out Lines, Heir of the Cursed and Emme Woods have freshly been added to the bill, which already includes The Vegan Leather – who are hosting their own music workshop and Q&A – plus live sets from Siobhan Wilson, SWAY and Pronto Mama.

Following a sold out set for Celtic Connections and UK tour with Mogwai, Friday night headliners Out Lines are a fusion of three powerhouses in Scottish music: Scottish Album Of The Year award-winning singer-songwriter Kathryn Joseph, The Twilight Sad’s James Graham as well as producer Marcus Mackay.

Having released their debut album Conflats towards the end of 2017 amid much acclaim, this dynamic trio will be sure to lure in a Paisley crowd with a strikingly defiant live-set.

Ahead of her SXSW debut, Emme Woods will be performing an intimate in-store session at record shop Feel The Groove.

There will also be spoken word on the Friday evening from local wordsmiths Robert Blair and Shaun Moore.

There will be a range of seminars on the Saturday, including sessions with artist manager and promoter Nicky Carder, Nadine Walker of Tenement TV and Broadcaster Jim Gellatly. This will culminate with a special 'In Conversation' segment hosted by Vic Galloway and feature former Simple Minds manager and ex-record store owner Bruce Findlay discussing his inspiring career in the music business.

Festival manager Richy Muirhead said: "The SAMAs Takeover in March is going to be a great couple of days filled with an exciting events programme.

"We’re delighted to share the full line-up with new additions Out Lines, Heir of the Cursed, Emme Woods and loads more.”

The festival is funded by Renfrewshire's Culture, Heritage and Events Fund, part of the legacy of Paisley's bid to be UK City of Culture 2021, and run in association with Paisley Arts Centre.

The event will take place over March 2-3.

The full programme can be found at Tickets are on sale now from Eventbrite UK and Paisley Arts Centre on 0300 300 1210.