The 2019 Ivor Novello Awards winners have been announced, including Mariah Carey, Wiley and The 1975

British and international acts have received honours at the 64th annual award ceremony.

The winners of the 2019 Ivor Novello awards have been announced, with Mariah Carey and The 1975 among those taking home songwriting trophies.

29 individual songwriters and composers have been presented with awards to recognise music creators for their wider contribution to UK music, with 83% of the winners receiving an Ivor for the first time.

Mariah Carey was presented with the PRS for Music Special International Award, which acknowledges her as "an extraordinary global talent, an impactful songwriter and one of the biggest selling artists of all time."

Mariah holds two UK Number 1 singles and 39 Top 40s on the Official Chart, and one of the best-selling songs of all time with All I Want For Christmas Is You. See her full Official Chart history here.

The Chair of the Ivors Academy Crispin Hunt said: “Today’s celebrated music creators have been rightly recognised for their artistic merit and inspiring influence on their fellow creators."

The 'Godfather of Grime' and holder of seven Top 10 singles Wiley takes home the Ivors Inspiration Award, in part for his role in shaping a hugely innovative and uniquely British genre, while the PRS for Music Most Performed Work award went to the writing team behind Rudimental's These Days, which was Officially the fifth biggest song of 2018.

The 1975 achieved a double win for Best Contemporary Song for Love It If We Made It, as well as Songwriters Of The Year for their chart-topping album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. 

Other winners include Ben Howard, Dido and Richard Ashcroft; see the full list below.

2019 Ivor Novello Award winners

PRS FOR MUSIC MOST PERFORMED WORK
These Days
Written by Julian Bunetta, Dan Caplen, Macklemore, John Ryan and Jamie Scott
Performed by Rudimental ft Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen
Published in the UK by Big Deal Music – Peermusic UK, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing and EMI Music Publishing

BEST ORIGINAL VIDEO GAME SCORE
Sea of Thieves
Composed by Robin Beanland

BEST CONTEMPORARY SONG
Love It If We Made It
Written by George Daniel, Adam Hann, Matthew Healy and Ross MacDonald
Performed by The 1975
Published in the UK by Good Soldier Songs

THE IVORS JAZZ AWARD
Django Bates

BEST ALBUM
Joy As An Act of Resistance
Written by Jonathan Beavis, Mark Bowen, Adam Devonshire, Lee Kiernan and Joseph Talbot
Performed by Idles
Published in the UK by Kobalt Music Publishing

BEST ORIGINAL FILM SCORE
Phantom Thread
Composed by Jonny Greenwood
Published in the UK by Warner/Chappell North America Limited

PRS FOR MUSIC SPECIAL INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Mariah Carey

BEST TELEVISION SOUNDTRACK
Requiem
Composed by Natasha Khan and Dominik Scherrer
Published in the UK by BMG Rights Management, Du Vinage Publishing and Sony/ATV Music Publishing

BEST SONG MUSICALLY AND LYRICALLY
Nica Libres at Dusk
Written by Ben Howard
Published in the UK by Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Limited

THE IVORS INSPIRATION AWARD
Wiley 

SONGWRITERS OF THE YEAR
George Daniel, Adam Hann, Matthew Healy and Ross MacDonald (The 1975)

OUTSTANDING SONG COLLECTION

Dido

INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT
Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord (posthumous) and Ian Paice (Deep Purple – mark II line-up)

PRS FOR MUSIC OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO BRITISH MUSIC
Richard Ashcroft