Music’s brightest stars of the year have turned out on the red carpet for the Mercury Prize.
The Mercury Music Prize ceremony takes place tonight at the Apollo in Hammersmith, London, and the nominees scrubbed themselves up for their prestigious night out.
The 1975 have been nominated for I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It and were in high spirits.
Bat For Lashes is facing her third nomination, this time for album The Bride.
Savages turned out to see if Adore Life would win for them.
Laura Mvula has been nominated for the second time, with her hopes this year on The Dreaming Room.
Skepta is at tonight’s ceremony nominated for Konnichiwa.
Jamie Woon’s album Making Time is up for the prize.
Kano’s Made In The Manor is on the shortlist.
Michael Kiwanuka is there hoping for a win with Love & Hate.
The Comet Is Coming are waiting to see how Channel The Spirits will do.
Michael C Hall was at the ceremony tonight with his wife Morgan Macgregor, where he performed Blackstar track Lazarus in honour of late nominee David Bowie.
Radiohead are nominated for the fifth time, this year with A Moon Shaped Pool, but are not performing tonight, and Anohni is shortlisted for Hopelessness.
Jarvis Cocker is helping to judge tonight’s event.
BBC DJ Clara Amfo was one of tonight’s guests on the red carpet.
Jamie Cullum was another of the music industry attendees.
Producer Naughty Boy turned out to see who would win.
Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell was another star spotted on the red carpet.