The annual NME Awards has unveiled its 2017 nominations.

As per usual, the free music magazine will put on an awards bash in London next month to celebrate all that’s good about the current musical climate.

This year, Beyonce has come out on top with five nominations, with Bastille also among those nominated multiple times.

The awards ceremony takes place at the o2 Academy in Brixton on 15 February, and you can find all relevant categories below.

Best British Band supported by Zig-Zag

Wolf Alice
The 1975
Bastille
Years & Years
Biffy Clyro
The Last Shadow Puppets

Best International Band supported by Austin, Texas – Live Music Capital Of The World

Tame Impala
Kings Of Leon
Green Day
Metallica
A Tribe Called Quest
Tegan and Sara

Best British Male supported by Pilot Pen Company

Skepta
Zayn Malik
Kano
Jamie T
Michael Kiwanuka
Richard Ashcroft

Best British Female

Dua Lipa
Adele
Charli XCX
MIA
Kate Tempest
PJ Harvey

Best International Male supported by VO5

Kanye West
Drake
The Weeknd
Frank Ocean
Kendrick Lamar
Chance The Rapper

Best International Female supported by VO5

Sia
Lady Gaga
Beyoncé
Solange
Christine & The Queens
Tove Lo

Best New Artist supported by TOPMAN

Blossoms
Zara Larsson
Sunflower Bean
Christine and The Queens
Dua Lipa
Anderson .Paak

Best Album

Kanye West – ‘The Life Of Pablo’
Skepta – ‘Konnichiwa’
The 1975 – ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’
Radiohead – ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’
Bastille – ‘Wild World’
Beyoncé – ‘Lemonade’

Best Track

Tove Lo – ‘Cool Girl’
Charli XCX – ‘After The Afterparty’
Skepta – ‘Man’
Bastille – ‘Good Grief’
The 1975 – ‘Somebody Else’
Christine And The Queens – ‘Tilted’

Best Live Band supported by Nikon

Bastille
Slaves
The 1975
Bring Me The Horizon
Christine And The Queens
Wolf Alice

Best Video

Kanye West – ‘Famous’
Beyoncé – ‘Formation’
Radiohead – ‘Burn The Witch’
Slaves – ‘Consume Or Be Consumed’
Rat Boy – ‘Get Over It’
Wolf Alice – ‘Lisbon’

Best Festival supported by ID&C

Glastonbury
Reading & Leeds
Download
Isle Of Wight
Primavera
V Festival

Find out more about the NME Awards here.