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APRA Reveals 25 Song Shortlist For Song of the Year

by Paul Cashmere on February 6, 2020

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APRA has revealed the 25 songs up for consideration for APRA Song of the Year.

Tones and I makes her first appearance at the APRA Awards. This year she competes with Paul Kelly, Kevin Parker of Tame Impala, Missy Higgins and the Teskey Brothers.

SHORT LIST FOR 2020 PEER-VOTED APRA SONG OF THE YEAR
***Listed in alphabetical order of song title***

ARROWS – [MISSY HIGGINS] – Missy Higgins
BETTER IN BLAK – [THELMA PLUM] – Thelma Plum / Alexander Burnett / Oliver Horton
BORDERLINE – [ TAME IMPALA] – Kevin Parker
BY THE SCARS – [DIESEL] – Mark Lizotte
CHARLIE – [ MALLRAT] – Grace Shaw / Leroy Clampitt
CHOIR – [GUY SEBASTIAN] – Guy Sebastian / Trevor Brown / William Simmons
DANCE MONKEY – [TONES AND I] – Toni Watson
EVERY DAY MY MOTHER’S VOICE – [PAUL KELLY & DAN SULTAN] – Paul Kelly
EXIT SIGN (FT ILLY AND ECCA VANDAL) – [HILLTOP HOODS] – Barry Francis (DJ Debris) / Daniel Smith (MC Pressure)/ Matthew Lambert (Suffa)/ Sarah Aarons / Andrew Burford / Alasdair Murray (Illy)
FEAR OF MISSING OUT – [AINSLIE WILLS] – Ainslie Wills / Paul Dempsey / Lawrence Folvig / Arron Light
FINAL FORM – [SAMPA THE GREAT] – Sampa Tembo / Alejandro Abapo / Leon Sylvers
GOOD LORD – [BIRDS OF TOKYO] – Ian Berney / Ian Kenny / Glenn Sarangapany / Adam Spark / Adam Weston
I GET UP – [THE TESKEY BROTHERS] – Josh Teskey / Sam Teskey / Liam Gough / Brendon Love
LITTLE THINGS – [JESSICA MAUBOY] – Jessica Mauboy / Antonio Egizii / Chiara Hunter / David Musumeci
MISS SHINEY – [KAIIT] – Kaiit Waup / Vincent Goodyer / Nicholas Martin
OLD MAN – [STELLA DONNELLY] – Stella Donnelly
OPEN UP YOUR EYES – [ARCHIE ROACH] – Archie Roach
PARADISE – [TROPICAL FUCK STORM] – Erica Dunn / Gareth Liddiard / Fiona Kitchin / Lauren Hammel
PASTA – [ANGIE MCMAHON] – Angie McMahon
PRESSURE TO PARTY – [JULIA JACKLIN] – Julia Jacklin
RUSHING BACK – [FLUME FT VERA BLUE] – Harley Streten / Celia Pavey / Sophie Cates / Eric Dubowsky
SELF-IMMOLATE – [KING GIZZARD & THE LIZARD WIZARD] – Stuart MacKenzie / Michael Cavanagh / Joseph Walker
SEVEN DAY WEEKEND – [UNDERGROUND LOVERS] – Richard Andrew / Maurice Argiro / Glenn Bennie / Vincent Giarrusso / Phillipa Nihill
TEETH – [5 SECONDS OF SUMMER] – Luke Hemmings / Ashton Irwin / Louis Bell / Gillian Gilbert / Peter Hook / Stephen Morris / Evan Rogers / Carl Sturken / Bernard Sumner / Ali Tamposi / Ryan Tedder / Andrew Watt
ZERO GRAVITY – [KATE MILLER-HEIDKE] – Kate Miller-Heidke / Julian Hamilton / Keir Nuttal

2020 APRA MUSIC AWARDS
Tuesday 28 April
International Convention Centre Grand Ballroom
Darling Harbour, Sydney

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