Arctic Monkeys pick up five NME Awards
27 February 2014, 09:00 | Updated: 27 February 2014, 12:05
Arctic Monkeys picked up five gongs at last night's NME awards.
The band won Best British Band, Best Live Band, Best Album and Best Fan Community, with frontman Alex Turner being awarded Hero of the Year.
Lily Allen won Best Solo Artist, while Jerry Hall presented HAIM with Best International Band.
Paul McCartney was awarded Songwriters' Songwriter and Damon Albarn was given the NME Award for Innovation.
Blondie received this year's Godlike Genius award and closed the ceremony with an eight song set.
"What an incredible night it has been," Mike Williams, editor of NME, said.
"Tonight revealed the outcome of hundreds of thousands of votes by passionate music fans, reflecting just how much fantastic music there is to be celebrated both in Britain and internationally.
"We didn't think we could top 2013, but the NME Awards with Austin, Texas this year has been the biggest and the best so far."
NME AWARDS 2014 - WINNERS:
Award For Innovation
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution to Music Award
Belle & Sebastian
Best British Band supported by Windows Phone
Best International Band supported by Austin, Texas
Best Solo Artist
Best New Band supported by Mossimo
Best Live Band supported by Gig Buddy
Best Album supported by PS4 InFAMOUS Second Son
Arctic Monkeys - AM
Best Track supported by Blackstar Amps
Disclosure - White Noise
Best Music Video supported by Domino's
Eagulls - Nerve Endings
Best TV Show
Best Music Film
Made Of Stone
Philip Hall Radar Award supported by Monster Headphones
Fat White Family
The Clash - Sound System
Best Band Blog Or Twitter
Alana Haim, Haim
Morrissey - //Autobiography//
Best Small Festival
Best Fan Community
Music Moment Of The Year
Noel and Damon come together for Teenage Cancer Trust
Hero Of The Year
Villain Of The Year