Thu 22 Feb 2018

BRITs 2018 Highlights

BRITs 2018 Highlights

The winners:

Stormzy

Stormzy took home TWO awards including British Album of The Year.

After debuting at number 1 in the charts last year, Gang Signs & Prayer earned Stormzy British Album of the Year. When receiving the award Stormzy emotionally told the crowd “We went in there, we made something that I feel like is undeniable. I can stand by it today!”. Earlier in the night he also earned the Brit for British Male Solo Artist!

 

 

Rag’n’Bone Man

Rag’n’Bone Man won his third Brit!

Last night saw Rag’n’Bone Man earn his third Brit award with Human bagging him the Brit for British Single. Following its release last year, Human sold nearly 4 million copies as well as being Number 1 on iTunes in over 40 countries. This summer don’t miss Rag’n’Bone man playing a headline show for Manchester’s Sounds of the City at Castlefield Bowl- you can buy your tickets here.

 

Harry Styles

Harry Styles won his first ever Brit Award post-One Direction

The video for Harry’s solo single Sign of the Times earned him British Artist Video of the Year. Sign of the Times entered the Official UK chart at number 1 with his debut album following suit. Catch Harry on his solo tour this April! Grab your tickets here

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters took home the Brit for International Group!

Proving they’re back and better than ever, Foo Fighters earned their fifth Brit award last night. It’s the third time they’ve won the Brit for International Group after receiving the award in 2012 and 2015!

 

The amazing performances

Sam Smith wowed us with the most perfect vocals!! Final tickets for this arena tour on sale here.

Stormzy stole the night with this performance!

Liam and Rita killed it with their performance of For You from the Fifty Shades Freed Soundtrack.

Critics choice winner Jorja Smith and last years winner Rag’n’Bone man set the stage on fire with their incredible rendition of Skin. You can grab tickets to see Jorja Smith this Autumn here

Manchester’s finest, Liam Gallagher paid a touching tribute to the victims of last years Manchester Arena attack with a rendition of Oasis’ Live Forever

Foo Fighters rocked out on the roof of a Ski Chalet, performing The Sky Is A Neighbourhood