The Ivor Novello Awards annually recognise and reward some of Britain's best songwriters and composer, and their full list of nominees for 2014 has been revealed. The likes of James Blake, London Grammar, and Disclosure are up for some of the events biggest awards. Blake's 'Retrograde' and the Lawrence brother's 'Latch' share a category, and are nominated for "Best Contemporary Song" alongside Everything Everything's 'Kemosabe', while London Grammar's 'Strong' is nominated for "Best Song Musically and Lyrically" against tracks from Palma Violets and John Newman.

See the full list of Awards and nominees below.

  • Best Song Musically and Lyrically
  • Best of Friends (Palma Violets)
  • Love Me Again​ (John Newman)
  • Strong​ (London Grammar)
  • Best Contemporary Song
  • Kemosabe (Everything Everything)
  • Latch​ (Disclosure ft Sam Smith)
  • Retrograde​ (James Blake)
  • PRS for Music Most Performed Work
  • Clown (Emeli Sandé)
  • Let Her Go (Passenger)
  • Troublemaker (Olly Murs ft Flo Rida)
  • Album Award
  • AM (Arctic Monkeys)
  • Push the Sky Away (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds)
  • Sing to the Moon (Laura Mvula)
  • Best Original Film Score­­­
  • Captain Phillips
  • Gravity
  • The Epic of Everest
  • Best Television Soundtrack
  • Mr Selfridge
  • Ripper Street
  • The Thirteenth Tale

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