Meteor Choice Irish Song of the Year nominees revealed

This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Meteor Choice Music Prize, with the winners announced at a live event Thursday, March 5 in Dublin’s Vicar Street.

Meteor Choice Irish Song of the Year nominees revealed

Kodaline, Hozier, Sinead O’Connor and The Script are all among the nominees vying for the 2014 Meteor Choice title ‘Irish Song of the Year’.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Meteor Choice Music Prize, with the winners announced at a live event Thursday, March 5 in Dublin’s Vicar Street.

The nominees will now go head-to-head in a public vote over at www.meteor.ie/choice but without futher ado - The nominees for Irish Song of the Year are:

The Coronas – All The Others (Universal)

Delorentos – Show Me Love (Universal Music Ireland)

Hozier – From Eden (Rubyworks / Universal)

Kodaline – One Day (Sony Music)

Kormac – Wake Up (Bodytonic)

Little Hours – It’s Still Love (Little Hours Music)

The Minutes – Cherry Bomb (Model Citizen)

Sinead O’ Connor – Take Me To Church (Nettwerk)

The Riptide Movement – All Works Out (Universal Music Ireland)

The Script – Superheroes (Sony Music)

Nominees for Album of the Year have also been revealed:

Aphex Twin – Syro (Warp)

Delorentos – Night Becomes Light (Universal Ireland)

The Gloaming – The Gloaming (Real World)

Hozier – Hozier (Rubyworks/Universal)

James Vincent McMorrow – Post Tropical (Faction)

Sinead O’ Connor – I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss (Nettwerk)

Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy (Warner Music)

The Riptide Movement – Getting Through (Universal Ireland)

U2 – Songs of Innocence (Island)

We Cut Corners – Think Nothing (Delphi)

In addition, the show will air as part of a special TV broadcast on the evening of March 8 on RTÉ 2.

Tickets for the Meteor Choice Music Prize Live Event are on sale from all Ticketmaster outlets and from ticketmaster, priced at €23.50 including booking fee.

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