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THE IVORS 2019: ALL THE WINNERS

The 1975 took home two Ivor Novello Awards at the ceremony honoring the best of British songwriting in London Thursday night. They won Songwriters of the Year for their third album, and Best Contemporary Song for “Love It If We Made It,” published by Good Soldier Songs. Other winners in the main categories included breakthrough band Idles, Ben HowardDido and Rudimental.

Wiley was awarded the Inspiration Gong for inspiring a legion of grime artists, while members of Deep Purple were honored for their international achievement. Other big awards went to Richard Ashcroft, for his outstanding contribution to British music, and Mariah Carey, who received a special international award.

The winners: 

Best Album: Idles, Joy as an Act of Resistance, Kobalt

Best Contemporary Song: “Love It If We Made It,” The 1975, Good Soldier Songs

Best Song Musically and Lyrically: “Nica Libres at Dusk” by Ben Howard, Warner/Chappell

Songwriters of the Year: The 1975

International Achievement: Deep Purple

Outstanding Song Collection: Dido

PRS for Music Outstanding Contribution to British Music: Richard Ashcroft

PRS for Music Special International Award: Mariah Carey

PRS Most Performed Work: “These Days” by Rudimental f/Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen, published by Big Deal Music — Peermusic UK/BMG

Ivor Inspiration Award: Wiley

Jazz Award: Django Bates

Best Original Film Score: Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, composed by Daniel Pemberton, Sony/ATV

Best Original Video Game Score: Sea of Thieves, composed by Robin Beanland

Best TV Soundtrack: Requiem, composed by Natasha Khan and Dominik Scherrer, BMG/Du Vinage/Sony/ATV

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