Last night 39 Popjustice readers spent four hours shouting at each other in a London pub. By the time the shouting stopped, Georgia's About Work The Dancefloor had seen off eleven other short­l­is­ted songs and won the 2019 Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize.

Seriously, what a song.

As Georgia is the overall winner she'll be receiving the usual £20 (this year, supplied as two £10 notes), plus a pair of overalls.

Special mention should also go to The 1975, whose It's Not Living (If It's Not With You) — also an amazing song — missed out on the prize by just one vote.

Thanks to all last night's judges for com­mit­ting them­selves so whole­heartedly not just to the pursuit of pop justice, but also to the bar hitting its minimum spend require­ment.