Nick Cave, London Grammar and Tom Odell win at Ivor Novello Awards
Other artists to bag awards were Jeff Beck, The Chemical Brothers, Mumford & Sons and James Blake.
The winners for the 59th Ivor Novello Awards have been announced today, with Nick Cave's Push The Sky Away nabbing best album. The record beat Arctic Monkeys and Laura Mvula to the coveted award.
Other winners include London Grammar, who won Best Song for their track Strong, and James Blake, who won Best Contemporary Song with his record Retrograde. Tom Odell won Songwriter Of The Year.
The Chemical Brothers and Jeff Beck were also winners, with the former for Outstanding Song Collection and the latter for Outstanding Contribution To British Music. Mumford & Sons won for international achievement.
The Ivors celebrate excellence in songwriting and composing. They are presented by BASCA and judged by the writing community.