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NME Awards Winners List

by Music-News.com on February 16, 2017

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The 2017 VO5 NME Awards are history with a few veteran artists sneaking through the gaggle of modern acts.

Oasis, who aren’t even together, won two awards, taking Best Music Film for Oasis: Supersonic and Best Reissue for Be Here Now.

Metallica took home Best International Band while Beyonce took Hero of the Year.

One of the biggest highlights of the night, though, was the awarding of the Godlike Genius honour to the Pet Shop Boys. Johnny Marr introduced the duo, saying “The winners of this award have changed pop music, over three decades, with hit after hit after hit. They brought romance, glamour, style, high art to the wonderful thing that is pop music.”

Neil Tennant said, upon accepting the honour, “Our career has been such a huge collaboration with producers, programmers, remixers and I would just like to thank everyone of them – and accept this on behalf of electronic music, dance music and shiny pop music. Thank you very much.”

The band then took the stage to perform a medley including:

Sodom & Gomorrah
It’s a Sin
Left to My Own Devices
West End Girls
Domino Dancing
Always on My Mind

The winners:
British Band – Biffy Clyro
International Band – Metallica
British Male – Skepta
British Female – MIA
International Male – Frank Ocean
International Female – Christine & the Queens
New Artist – Dua Lipa
Album – Wild World – Bastille
Track – Tilted – Christine & the Queens
Live Band – The 1975
Video – Consume or Be Consumed – Slaves
Festival – Glastonbury
Music Film – Oasis: Supersonic
TV Series – Fleabag
Film – My Scientology Movie
Music Moment – Coldplay’s Viola Beach Tribute at Glastonbury
Festival Headliner – Adele
Small Festival – End of the Road
Villain – Nigel Farage
Hero – Beyonce
Worst Band – 5 Seconds of Summer
Reissue – Be Here Now – Oasis




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