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Arctic Monkeys win big at NME Awards

Arctic Monkeys win big at NME Awards

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Arctic Monkeys' winning streak is still going strong.  After picking up multiple trophies at last week's Brit Awards, the rockers took home five more at Wednesday's NME Awards in London. 

Their latest titles include Best British Band and Best Live Band, while their latest studio effort AM was named Best Album.  

Other 2014 NME Award winners include Haim for Best International Band, Disclosure's "White Noise" for Best Track, and Morrissey's "Autobiography" for Best Book. 

Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn was also on hand to accept the inaugural Award for Innovation. 

The ceremony at London's O2 Academy Brixton also included performances from the Horrors, Metronomy, and Blondie, who closed the show with a career-spanning set after accepting the Godlike Genius Award.  

Here are some of the 2014 NME Award winners: 

Best British Band: 
Arctic Monkeys 

Best International Band: 
Haim 

Best Solo Artist: 
Lily Allen 

Best New Band: 
Drenge 

Best Live Band: 
Arctic Monkeys 

Best Album: 
Arctic Monkeys, "AM" 

Best Track: 
Disclosure, "White Noise" 

Best Music Video: 
Eagulls, "Nerve Endings" 

Best Festival: 
Glastonbury 

Best TV Show: 
"Breaking Bad" 

Best Music Film: 
"Made Of Stone" 

Best Reissue: 
The Clash, "Sound System" 

Best Band Blog or Twitter: 
Alana Haim, Haim 

Best Book: 
Morrissey, "Autobiography" 

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