Brit Awards 2014: the nominations in full

David Bowie, Laura Mvula, Bastille and Ellie Goulding are up for awards

Adam Sherwin
Thursday 09 January 2014 20:00
One Direction are expected to receive the Global Success award for British artist with the greatest international sales
One Direction are expected to receive the Global Success award for British artist with the greatest international sales

James Corden will return for what the comic actor says will be his final appearance hosting the Brit Awards on 19 February at the O2 Arena, screened live on ITV.

A changing of the musical guard will see breakthrough artists including Disclosure, Laura Mvula and Bastille compete for the 2014 Brit Awards at the expense of veteran stars such as Robbie Williams.

Brit Awards 2014 nominations

British Male

David Bowie, Jake Bugg, James Blake, John Newman, Tom Odell

British Female

Birdy, Ellie Goulding, Jessie J, Laura Marling, Laura Mvula

British Group

Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Disclosure, One Direction, Rudimental

British Breakthrough Act

Bastille, Disclosure, Laura Mvula, London Grammar, Tom Odell

Critics’ Choice – Sam Smith

British Single

"Pompeii" - Bastille

"I Need Your Love" – Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding

"White Noise" – Disclosure ft Aluna George

"Burn" – Ellie Goulding

"Love Me Again" – John Newman

"La La La" – Naughty Boy ft Sam Smith

"Dear Darlin’" – Olly Murs

"One Way Or Another" – One Direction

"Let Her Go" – Passenger

"Waiting All Night" – Rudimental ft Ella Eyre

British Album

AM - Arctic Monkeys

Bad Blood – Bastille

The Next Day – David Bowie

Disclosure – Settle

Home – Rudimental

International Male

Bruno Mars, Drake, Eminem, John Grant, Justin Timberlake

International Female

Janelle Monáe, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Lorde, Pink

International Group

Arcade Fire, Daft Punk, Haim, Kings of Leon, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Best British Video: Award on the night - social media vote from YouTube shortlist

Global Success: Awarded on the night to British artist with greatest international sales

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