Overnight, Sia won the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA)’s Songwriter Of The Year award, for a little composition you may or may not have heard called ‘Chandelier’.
It was the third time in a row that the publicity-shy singer took out this particular trophy, and this time around, she had her good mate Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy accept it in her place.
We have never clocked the full extent of Wentz’s resemblance to Mac from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia until this moment:
Pop punk band and Snapchat enthusiasts 5 Seconds Of Summer took home the award for Breakthrough Songwriter Of The Year, while Sheppard‘s ‘Geromimo’ took home Pop Work Of The Year.
‘Heart Beats Slow’ by Angus And Julia Stone was awarded Blues And Roots Work Of The Year, and Illy‘s ‘Tightrope’ walked away with Urban Work Of The Year.
Gotye and Kimbra‘s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ took out Most Played Australian Work Overseas, and will continue to win in that category until the end of time.
via ABC News