Wolf Alice, Foals and The Maccabees all winners at NME Awards

Foals, The Maccabees and The Libertines also among the awards while Glastonbury is named best festival

Jamie Bowman

Date published: 18th Feb 2016

Image: Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice were named Best Live Band at this year's NME Awards with the four-piece also carrying off the award for Best Track for their song 'Giant Peach'. 

The Macabees beat Foals and The Libertines to the Best British Band accolade while Run The Jewels took home the prize for Best International Band

There was some success for Foals as they won Best Album while teenage star Rat Boy was named Best New Artist.

Charli XCX was named Best British Solo Artist with Taylor Swift following her success at the Grammys with the award for international solo artist. 

Yoko One was honoured with the NME Inspiration Award while this year's Glastonbury headliners Coldplay received the Godlike Genius Award.

Glastonbury was voted Best Festival while The Libertines' secret set at Worthy Farm was named the Music Moment of the Year. End of the Road won the Best Small Festival category. 

Watch Coldplay play 'Yellow' at the NME Awards 2016:

 

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