Florence Welch and The Rolling Stones were the big winners at this year's NME Awards but One Direction had the misfortune of being named Worst Band.
Harry Styles also got a solo nod as Villian Of The Year which seems a bit harsh with all the lovely work the lads are doing for Comic Relief at the moment.
But the night had loads of happy winners with the Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro and The Maccabees all bagging main gongs.
The Florence + the Machine singer took home 'Best Solo Artist' and 'Best Dancefloor Anthem' for her Calvin Harris collaboration 'Sweet Nothing' but she did question whethet she could really accept an award as a Solo Artist seeing as she is in a band?
Hello, Florence and the machine kind of makes the pretty clear!
The ceremony, hosted by Russell Kane at London's Troxy.
Check out the full winner's list below...
TEENAGE CANCER TRUST OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD
BEST BRITISH BAND supported by SONOS
BEST ALBUM supported by Hoxton Gin
Given To The Wild' The Maccabees
BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND supported by Rekorderlig Cider
BEST TRACK supported by Blackstar Amps
BEST TV SHOW
BEST MUSIC FILM
The Rolling Stones: 'Crossfire Hurricane'
BEST SOLO ARTIST
BEST NEW BAND supported by Spotify
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
R U Mine?' Arctic Monkeys
BEST FESTIVAL supported by Farah Vintage
Reading & Leeds Festivals
BEST LIVE BAND
The Rolling Stones
BEST DANCEFLOOR ANTHEM
Sweet Nothing' Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch
PHILIP HALL RADAR AWARD
Child Of Lov
Alana Haim, Haim (@babyhaim)
Mike Skinner: 'The Story Of The Streets'
MUSIC MOMENT OF THE YEAR
Olympics opening ceremony
HERO OF THE YEAR
VILLAIN OF THE YEAR
BEST SMALL FESTIVAL
BEST FAN COMMUNITY
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
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