Billie Eilish & The 1975 lead Q Awards nominations


Billie Eilish and The 1975 will be leading all nominees going into the Q Awards ceremony in London next month (October 2019).

The Bad Guy singer and the British rockers have both picked up four nods, including Q Best Track, Q Best Album, and Q Best Act In The World.

Eilish is also nominated for the Q Best Solo Act prize, while Matty Healy and his bandmates are up for Q Best Live Performance.

Stormzy and newcomer Lewis Capaldi are both up for three awards.

The nominees list is:

Q Breakthrough Act
Gerry Cinnamon
Little Simz
Lewis Capaldi
Fontaines D.C.
AJ Tracey
Easy Life
Pale Waves
Sam Fender
Working Men’s Club
Self Esteem

Q Best Track
People – The 1975
Vossi Bop – Stormzy
Bad Guy – Billie Eilish
Must I Evolve – JARV IS
Juice – Lizzo
Cellophane – FKA twigs
Incapable – Roisin Murphy
Ladbroke Grove – AJ Tracey
Harmony Hall – Vampire Weekend
Someone You Loved – Lewis Capaldi

Q Best Album
Eton Alive – Sleaford Mods
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? – Billie Eilish
A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships – The 1975
‘Norman F**king Rockwell – Lana Del Rey
Remind Me Tomorrow – Sharon Van Etten
Nothing Great About Britain – slowthai
Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1) – Foals
Psychodrama – Dave
GREY Area – Little Simz
Serfs Up – Fat White Family

Q Best Live Performance
The 1975 – Reading Festival
Stormzy – Glastonbury
Ariana Grande – O2 Arena
The Courteeners – Heaton Park
The Streets – Brixton Academy
Florence & The Machine – BST Hyde Park
Doves – TCT at Royal Albert Hall
The Strokes – All Points East
Michael Kiwanuka – End Of The Road
Neil Young & Bob Dylan – BST Hyde Park

Q Best Solo Act
Lewis Capaldi
Loyle Carner
Billie Eilish
Aldous Harding
Liam Gallagher
Florence Welch
Kate Tempest

Q Best Act In The World Today
The 1975
Billie Eilish
Florence + The Machine
Liam Gallagher
Arctic Monkeys
Lana Del Rey
Bruce Springsteen
Christine And The Queens
Biffy Clyro

Q Best Festival/Event
All Points East
Isle Of Wight Festival
British Summer Time
Reading and Leeds Festival