This snippet shows the locks currently present in the database for a specific table of a specific namespace. By changing the filters you can see all the locks that are not restricted to tables.

    c.relname ,
    a.usename AS locked_by,
    a.query AS blocking_query,,
    n.nspname AS schema_name
FROM pg_locks l
JOIN pg_stat_activity a ON =
JOIN pg_class c ON l.relation = c.oid
JOIN pg_namespace n ON c.relnamespace = n.oid
WHERE n.nspname = '<your namespace>'
    AND c.relname = '<your table>'
ORDER BY l.granted DESC;

Also, the pid value shows the process connection associated to it, which can be killed in the following way to release the lock:

SELECT pg_terminate_backend(<pid>)