As Scotland heads into the last two weeks of the referendum on independence, campaigning on both sides is increasing. It’s an emotional time to be in the country. Many people are remembering back to the previous referendums that were held on whether or not Scotland should have a devolved parliament. In 1997, in the run up to the second devolution referendum, the singer Davy Steele wrote the song Scotland Yet, which has recently been used in a film of the same name, made about the independence vote we now face. The words are every bit as relevant today
I’ve been delighted to have worked with Patsy Seddon on creating a video of a recording of Davy singing the song using my photos.