When you've already been nominated for a Grammy, other gongs may pale in comparison - but Andrew Hozier-Byrne might not shrug off the news that his song 'Take Me to Church' is up for an Ivor Novello Award for Songwriting.

The awards are a little more prestigious than others as they are judged and presented by the songwriting community, rather than influenced by labels or publishing companies.

'Take Me to Church' is up for 'Best Song Musically and Lyrically', alongside tunes by Bear's Den and Ben Howard.

Other categories see acts like Sam Smith, Clean Bandit, George Ezra and Wild Beasts up for awards, while Northern Ireland's David Holmes is nominated for his soundtrack work on the film '71.

The full list can be seen below. The ceremony takes place in London on May 21st.

Best Song Musically and Lyrically

'Above The Clouds Of Pompeii'
Written by Andrew Davie
Performed by Bear's Den

'I Forget Where We Were'
Written and Performed by Ben Howard

'Take Me To Church'
Written by Andrew Hozier-Byrne
Performed by Hozier

Best Contemporary Song

'Every Other Freckle'
Written by Thomas Green, Joe Newman and Gus Unger-Hamilton
Performed by Alt-J

'Rather Be'
Written by James Napier and Jack Patterson
Performed by Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

'Two Weeks'
Written by Tahliah Debrett Barnett and Emile Haynie
Performed by FKA twigs

PRS for Music Most Performed Work

Written by George Ezra Barnett and Joel Pott
Performed by George Ezra

'Rather Be'
Written by James Napier and Jack Patterson
Performed by Clean Bandit featuring Jess Glynne

'Stay With Me'
Written by James Napier, William Phillips and Sam Smith
Performed by Sam Smith

Album Award

Present Tense
Written by Thomas Fleming, Ben Little, Christopher Talbot and Hayden Thorpe
Performed by Wild Beasts

Royal Blood
Written by Michael Kerr and Ben Thatcher
Performed by Royal Blood

So Long, See You Tomorrow
Written by Jack Steadman
Performed by Bombay Bicycle Club

Best Original Film Score

Composed by David Holmes

Mr Turner
Composed by Gary Yershon

The Boxtrolls
Composed by Dario Marianelli

Best Television Soundtrack

The Honourable Woman
Composed by Natalie Holt and Martin Phipps

The Mill - Series 2
Composed by Samuel Sim

The Suspicions of Mr Whicher - Beyond the Pale
Composed by Edmund Butt