Wolf Alice win Mercury Prize 2018

After one of the hardest to judge Mercury Prize shortlists in years, Wolf Alice have been awarded this year's prize for their second studio album 'Visions Of A Life'.

In a year that also saw high-profile competition from the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Florence & The Machine, Jorja Smith, King Krule and the bookies favourite Nadine Shah, the indie-rock four-piece emerged victorious last night (20th September) to become the 27th winner of the coveted prize.

Check out their performance of 'Don't Delete The Kisses' from last night's ceremony in the player below.

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