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Meteor Choice Music Prize ‘Song of The Year’ 2014 shortlist announced

The nominations for the 2014 Meteor Choice Music Prize ‘Song of The Year’ have been announced today.

The shortlist includes: Hozier, Kodaline, the Script, the Riptide Movement, Sinead O’Connor, the Minutes, Little Hours, Kormac, Delorentos and the Coronas. See the full list and corresponding songs below.

Nominees for the Meteor Choice Music Prize album of the year include: Aphex Twin, Delorentos, the Gloaming, Hozier, James Vincent McMorrow, Sinead O’Connor, Damien Rice, the Riptide Movement, U2 & We Cut Corners.

Last year’s awards went to Villagers with their stunning sophomore album {Awayland}, while the Choice Music Prize song of the year went to hip-hop act O.R.B for the single ‘Never Gonna Walk Away’.

The winner will be announced at the Meteor Choice Music Prize live show in Vicar Street, Dublin on Thursday 5th March 2015, and will be broadcast live on Today FM in a special four-hour extended programme during the Paul McLoone show.

For the full list of this year’s Meteor Choice Music Prize 2014 ‘Song of the year’ nominees see below. For more information on the awards visit choicemusicprize.com.

Meteor Choice Music Prize ‘Song of the Year’ 2014 nominees:
The Coronas – ‘All The Others’ (Universal)
Delorentos – ‘Show Me Love’ (Universal)
Hozier – ‘From Eden’ (Rubyworks/Universal)
Kodaline – ‘One Day’ (Sony)
Kormac – ‘Wake Up’ (Bodytonic)
Little Hours –’It’s Still Love’ (Little Hours Music)
The Minutes – ‘Cherry Bomb’ (Model Citizen)
Sinéad O’Connor – ‘Take Me To Church’ (Nettwerk)
The Riptide Movement – ‘All Works Out’ (Universal)
The Script – ‘Superheroes’ (Sony)

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