This year, Aussies have the chance to have their say about the winners of the ARIA Awards for Best Video and Song of the Year directly in Google Search.
Fans simply need to search ‘ARIA Vote’ and follow the prompts to make their selection for the two categories, which are both presented by YouTube Music.
Aussie music fans can vote once per day, per category, when signed into their Google account, up until 18th November.
This year’s Song Of The Year nominees include 5 Seconds Of Summer, who have previously been nominated in the category three times before, winning in 2014 and 2018.
Producer Flume scores his third nomination for Song Of The Year with his collaboration with Vera Blue, ‘Rushing Back’.
Adelaide hip hop trio Hilltop Hoods take out their fourth nomination for Song Of The Year and their second in as many years, with their Illy and Ecca Vandal-featured single ‘Exit Sign’.
After being nominated for the first time last year, Tones And I picks up her second Song Of The Year nomination this year, picking up a nod for ‘Never Seen The Rain’.
Six of the ten nominees this year – Lime Cordiale, Mallrat, Ruel, Sam Fischer, The Jungle Giants, The Rubens – are nominated for Song Of The Year for the first time.
In the Best Video category, Baker Boy makes his second appearance in as many years, receiving a nomination for ‘Meditjin’.
After winning Best Video last year for ‘Choir’, Guy Sebastian will be aiming for two in a row with his nomination for ‘Standing With You’.
Sydney electronic trio PNAU take out their fourth nomination for Song Of The Year and their third in as many years, with their Vlossom-featured track ‘Lucky’.
Among Sampa The Great’s six nominations, she takes out her second Best Video nomination in as many years, this year for ‘Time’s Up’.
Nominated for seven ARIAs this year, Tame Impala score their first ever Best Video nomination for ‘Is It True’.
After being nominated for Best Video last year for ‘Dance Monkey’, Tones And I takes out her second nomination for ‘Ur So F**kInG cOoL’.
2016 Best Video winner Troye Sivan picks up his second nomination in the category for ‘Easy’.
Brisbane band Violent Soho are nominated for Best Video for the third time thanks to ‘Pick It Up Again’.
Both Lime Cordiale and The Chats are nominated for Best Video for the first time.
To pick your favourites for Song Of The Year and Best Video, simply search ‘ARIA Vote’ on Google.