New Zealand singer Lorde and Charlie XCX lead the NME awards with four nominations each, joined by Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy.

Dua Lipa is included on the best British solo artist shortlist, alongside Liam Gallagher and XCX. Weirdly, Jeremy Corbyn is nominated for hero of the year, which is unorthodox for a music awards ceremony.  One surprise omission from the best album is Ed Sheeran’s Divide, which broke numerous records.

Lorde’s Melodrama is shortlisted, however, alongside albums from J Hus and Loyle Carner, as well as Wolf Alice’s Visions of a Life, Gorillaz’ Humanz and many more.

Absolute lad.

Prime Minister Theresa May is up for the NME villain of the year, alongside US President Donald Trump, Jeremy Hunt, Kim Jong-un, as well as Piers Morgan and Katie Hopkins.

Competing in the hero of the year award, is star Ariana Grande, probably for her work after the Manchester attack at one of her concerts. David Attenborough is also up for the award, alongside Big Shaq and actress Rose McGowan.

One Love Manchester is up for music moment of the year, alongside the Grime4Corbyn campaign, which saw dozens of grime artists endorse the Labour leader during 2017.

The awards will be held at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton on February 14th.