Choice Music Prize Song Of The Year Shortlist
We can't pick just one!
The Choice Music Prize, in association with IMRO and IRMA, today announced the nominees for Irish Song of the Year 2015.
Ten Irish songs from across a variety of genres will now go to a public vote. The overall winner will be revealed at the Choice Music Prize Live Event at Vicar Street on Thursday March 3rd.
The Choice Music Prize puts a spotlight on great Irish music and the very best songs of the past year. The competition seems tough this year with a fantastic calibre of songs nominated for the accolade. You can vote for your favourite song to win through the link below.
We're also running our own poll here at RedFM!
The nominees are:
The Academic – Different (Room 6 Records)
All Tvvins – Thank You (Warner Music)
The Coronas – How This Goes (Universal Music)
Daithi – Mary Keanes Introduction (Self Released)
Fight Like Apes – Pretty Keen On Centrefolds (Alcopop! Records)
Hozier – Someone New (Universal Music)
Gavin James – Bitter Pill (Warner Music)
Kodaline – Ready (Sony Music)
Otherkin – Ay Ay (Rubyworks)
Pleasure Beach – Go (Faction)
You can vote for your favourite song on the Choice Music Prize website here.
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