Emeli Sandé and the Arctic Monkeys have each been nominated for a prestigious prize at this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
Arctic Monkeys - fronted by Alex Turner - have been named in the Album Award category for their acclaimed LP 'AM' and will need to beat 'Push the Sky Away' by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Laura Mvula's Sing to the Moon to take home the trophy.
Other categories include Best Song Musically and Lyrically which will see Palma Violets' 'Best of Friends', John Newman's 'Love Me Again' and London Grammar's 'Strong' all nominated, while Everything Everything's 'Kemosabe', Disclosure's 'Latch' and James Blake's 'Retrograde' are all up for Best Contemporary Song.
London Grammar band member Hannah Reid is very proud the trip-hop trio are up for an Ivor because the awards are so highly regarded among musicians.
Hannah told BANG Showbiz: ''It's the most prestigious, it's the one more focused on songwriting ... it's the award that everyone wants.
''When I first wrote the melody (to 'Strong') I loved it, I was actually a bit cocky about it and thought it was great. But I fell out of love with it halfway through because people kept trying to change it. But I love it again now, it's got a strong message.''
The 59th Ivors - which will be held on Thursday May 22 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London - will also honour a number of artists with awards highlighting their contribution to British music.
These special accolades include recognition for International Achievement, Lifetime Achievement, Outstanding Song Collection, PRS for Music Outstanding Contribution to British Music, PRS for Music Special International Award, The Ivors Classical Music Award, The Ivors Inspiration Award and Songwriter of the Year.
The 59th Ivor Novello Awards nominations:
Best Song Musically and Lyrically:
'Best of Friends'
Written by Will Doyle, Sam Fryer, Chilli Jesson and Pete Mayhew
Performed by Palma Violets
'Love Me Again'
Written by Steve Booker and John Newman
Performed by John Newman
Written by Dominic Major, Hannah Reid and Daniel Rothman
Performed by London Grammar
Best Contemporary Song:
Written by Jonathan Higgs, Jeremy Pritchard, Alexander Robertshaw and Michael Spearman
Performed by Everything Everything
Written by Guy Lawrence, Howard Lawrence, James Napier and Sam Smith
Performed by Disclosure ft Sam Smith
Written and Performed by James Blake
Published in the UK by Universal Music Publishing
PRS for Music Most Performed Work:
Written by Shahid 'Naughty Boy' Khan, Grant Mitchell and Emeli Sandé
Performed by Emeli Sandé
'Let Her Go'
Written by Mike Rosenberg
Performed by Passenger
Written by Claude Kelly, Oliver Murs and Steve Robson
Performed by Olly Murs ft Flo Rida
Written by Alex Turner
Performed by Arctic Monkeys
'Push the Sky Away'
Written by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
Performed by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
'Sing to the Moon'
Written and Performed by Laura Mvula
Best Original Film Score:
Composed by Henry Jackman
Composed by Steven Price
'The Epic of Everest'
Composed by Simon Fisher Turner
Best Television Soundtrack:
Composed by Charlie Mole
Composed by Dominik Scherrer
'The Thirteenth Tale'
Composed by Benjamin Wallfisch
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