Meteor Choice Irish song of the year 2014 nominees announced

Hozier, Kodaline and Sinead O'Connor made the shortlist and the winner is decided by a public vote

Malachy Tuohy, Gar Byrne, JPR and Gerard McGarry from Riptide Movement , one of the bands shortlisted for Meteor Choice song of the year

Malachy Tuohy, Gar Byrne, JPR and Gerard McGarry from Riptide Movement , one of the bands shortlisted for Meteor Choice song of the year

 

The Meteor Choice song of the year nominations are out, representing ten of Ireland's favourite songs, and the race is wide open to find the overall winner. The Irish Song of the Year shortlist is compiled by combining songs from the Meteor Choice Music Prize judging panel, Today FM, and the Irish Airplay charts as compiled by Radio Monitor. The public are invited to cast a vote for their favourite at meteor.ie/choice but meanwhile have a listen to all ten here.

This year's shortlist:

The Coronas – All The Others (Universal)

 

Delorentos – Show Me Love (Universal Music Ireland)

 

Hozier – From Eden (Rubyworks / Universal)

 

Kodaline – One Day (Sony Music)

 

Kormac – Wake Up (Bodytonic)

 

Little Hours – It’s Still Love (Little Hours Music)

 

The Minutes – Cherry Bomb (Model Citizen)

 

Sinead O’ Connor – Take Me To Church (Nettwerk)

 

The Riptide Movement – All Works Out (Universal Music Ireland)

 

The Script – Superheroes (Sony Music)

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