Sam Fender wins NME Awards after BRITs success – main winners list

Sam Fender won both Best Album by a UK Artist and Best World Album for his work on 17 Going Under at the NME Awards in London on Wednesday.

Sam Fender has won two awards at the NMEs
Sam Fender has won two awards at the NMEs

Sam Fender’s success continued after superstar Geordie hit two gongs at this year’s NME Awards.

The Hypersonic Missiles singer, 27, followed up on the success of the BRIT Awards by lifting the award at a ceremony at the O2 Academy in Brixton on Wednesday night.

The ceremony was chaired by Daisy May Cooper and Lady Lehurr and saw artists of various genres honored.

Sam performed the night alongside his current band members and was also awarded Best Album by British Artist and Best World Album for his work on 17 Going. Under.

Presenter Asim Chaudhry joined TikTok host Francis Bourgeois to present the UK award – and Sam later posted on his Instagram declaring his love for the social media star .

Sam Fender and guitarist Dean Thompson at the NME . Awards


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Accepting the award, Sam confessed, “We didn’t even know we had been nominated until two sentences ago,” Fender said as he accepted the honor.

He added: “There was a lot of Geordie passion in the house tonight. “Scream if you want to go faster!”

Jokingly, he then turned his attention to the winner of the night, Fontaines DC, and declared, “I’m going to meet up with a lot of you.”

Tom Coll, Grian Chatten, Carlos O’Connell, Conor Deegan and Conor Curley of Fontaines DC attend the 2022 NME Awards


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See the list of the main winners of the night:

Genius like god – FKA Twigs

Icon Award – Neneh Cherry

Innovation Award – Halsey

Musician Award – Jack Antonoff

NME Radar Award – Griff

Musical Moment of the Year – Liam Gallagher’s Free Concert for NHS Workers

Hero of the Year (voted by the public) – Tomorrow X Together

Villain of the Year Award (voted by the public) – Jacob Rees-Mogg

Mabel and Neneh Cherry with Icon Award at NMEs


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The World’s Best Album – Sam Fender – Seventeen Going Under

Best Album by British Artist – Sam Fender – Seventeen Going Under

Best song in the world – Lorde – Solar Power

Best Songs by British Artists – Chvrches and Robert Smith – How Not To Drown

Best Live Performance – Rina Sawwayama

The world’s best festival – Life is beautiful

The best festivals in the UK – Reading & Leeds

Sam Fender with the award for Best Album in the World


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The Best of Small Festivals – Wide Awake

Best festival title – Wolf Alice

Best Band in the World – Fontaines DC

Best UK Band – Bring Me The Horizon

Best solo performance in the world – Burna Boy

Best UK solo act – Little Simz

The World’s Best New Action – Olivia Rodrigo

The UK’s best new action – Berwyn

Best Collaboration – Griff x Sigrid – Head On Fire

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