Mastercard British Album Nominees AnnouncedMastercard British Album Of The Year Nominees Announced
Our Mastercard British Album Of The Year nominees comprise Manchester’s The 1975, singer-songwriter and top collaborator Anne-Marie, Florence + The Machine, George Ezra and 2018 Critics’ Choice winner Jorja Smith.
For The 1975, this is their second nomination for Mastercard British Album Of The Year, this time for their album ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’. They have also previously won British Group back in 2017.
Multi-talented singer-songwriter Anne-Marie is up for a total of four nominations across the board this year, one of which is for her debut studio album ‘Speak Your Mind’.
No stranger to being both nominated and triumphant at the BRIT Awards over the last decade, Florence + The Machine has bagged herself another nomination with her album ‘High As Hope’.
George Ezra has been nominated for the first time in four years for his album ‘Staying At Tamara’s’. Previously, Ezra stormed into the BRITs consciousness back in 2015 when he was nominated four times as well as affording the audience a stirring performance of his hit ‘Budapest’ on the night.
Rounding up the esteemed list of nominees for Mastercard British Album Of The Year is the much-nominated Jorja Smith with her debut studio album ‘Lost & Found’.