We love any chance to celebrate our talented Sofar alumni, so it’s no wonder we’re so obsessed with awards season. Today, we’re shining on a spotlight on all the stars who are nominated for the 2020 BRIT Awards (aka The BRITs).
Tune in on February 18th to cheer on our Sofar alumni at the BRIT Awards as they’re honored by British Phonographic Industry!
After starting her career with a hit single that immediately climbed Top 40 charts, this young star has been busy selling out shows and creating new music. Haven’t heard her music yet? Add her latest album Castles to your queue ASAP for the Adele-meets-Florence and the Machine vibe you didn’t know you needed.
A baritone voice with bottomless soul and a finger on the pulse of modern pop, Rag’N’Bone Man has electric stage presence and all the workings of a timeless star. His song “Human” belongs on every motivational playlist and helped win him a previous BRIT award for Best Album back in 2017.
Maybe you’ve heard this guy before? Since first charming listeners around the globe with “A Team” years ago, Sheeran has sold out stadiums, collaborated with Beyoncé, and perhaps most importantly, cameoed in Game of Thrones. Luckily for us, he’s still not too busy to keep making music and taking home BRIT awards.
It’s usually a good sign when two of the singles from your debut album go platinum. In Tom Walker’s case, it’s just the beginning. His charming melodies and raspy vocals have captured the hearts and interest of music lovers everywhere.
Coming from a family of singer-songwriters, Sam Fender has built a dedicated fanbase around his larger-than-life guitar anthems and compelling vocals. This star is more than deserving of the Best New Artist award, and we can’t wait to see what he does next.
She’s young, she’s genre-defying, and she’s sweeping award season. After taking home five Grammys last week, Billie Eilish is the youngest artist to win Grammys in all four major categories (YGG).