Anne-Marie‘s found more than “Friends” in the wake of her solo debut: she’s racked up a number of nominations for the 2019 BRIT Awards, along with Florence + the Machine, Jorja Smith and tons of talent hailing from the U.K.
The singer scored four nominations, which include a nod for her 2018 album Speak Your Mind in the British album of the year category as well as considerations for British female solo artist, British single (for her track “2002”) and British video (for “2002” as well).
Joining Anne-Marie in the British female solo artist category are Jorja Smith, who’s also nominated for British album of the year (for Lost & Found) and best breakout act, along with Florence + the Machine, whose High as Hope is nominated for British album of the year as well.
George Ezra scored nominations across three categories: Staying at Tamara’s is up for British album of the year, and he’s nominated alongside The 1975, Aphex Twin, Craig David, Giggs and Sam Smith for British male solo artist and one of the ten acts recognized in the single of the year race for “Shotgun.”
Watch Anne-Marie react to her BRIT nominations below, and read through the full list of nominees — including international artists of the year — here.