Published: 19th February 2015
Kasabian, Jamie T and Royal Blood took home eight trophies between them from Wednesday night's NME Awards.
The O2 Academy's prestigious event saw a galaxy of music stars descend on Brixton.
Royal Blood won both best live and new band categories. The rock duo's drummer Ben Thatcher, pictured here in a natty cap on a hat-spangled evening, and singer/bassist Mike Kerr also performed live.
Kasabian's three awards included best album and British band, while Jamie T also scooped a trio of honours, including best video and track.
Foo Fighters also got a look in, taking the international band award before revealing in their acceptance speech that they are to headline Glastonbury later this year.
Other winners included Suede, Jimmy Page and Jake Bugg.
Model Abbey Clancy also enjoyed proceedings, showing off her maternal curves after becoming pregnant for a second time. Sporting the minimalist look, the lightly made-up star wore a black mini dress, heeled sandals and tights.
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