Mercury Music Prize 2014 - The shortlist you voted for...
The Mercury Music Prize nominations are out later today (August 10th), but we've hosted our own poll over the last week, you've voted in your thousands and here are your top 12...
Slow Club - Complete Surrender
The Sheffield duo's third album topped the vote. A perfect fusion of witty folk and brash brass, it'd be a damn shame if this misses out on a nomination.
Bombay Bicycle Club - So Long, See You Tomorrow
The London indie foursome did very well on the vote with their critically acclaimed fourth album.
Chvrches - The Bones Of What You Believe
The Scottish trio continue to set hearts ablaze with their icy electro.
Jungle - Jungle
The mysterious London duo look dead certs to make today's list.
You Me At Six - Cavalier Youth
The Surrey pop-punks are going from strength to strength with their fourth album, to see them grab a nomination today would make a lot of people happy.
Dry The River - Alarms In The Heart
The London folkers have delivered an excellent second album and would be a popular choice for a Mercury nod.
Architects - Lost Forever // Lost Together
The Brighton metallers are on a crest of a wave right now and their music has never sounded more vital.
FKA twigs - LP1
The experimental singer was right up there in our poll and seems a dead cert to get her name on the shortlist today.
Royal Blood - Royal Blood
Everything the powerhouse duo seem to touch turns to gold at the moment...
Ed Sheeran - x
We're pretty sure he doesn't need the £20,000 prize money, but the troubadour's sophomore record remains a real triumph and worthy of a nomination today.
George Ezra - Wanted On Voyage
The rising singer-songwriter's star continues to get brighter and brighter...
James Vincent McMorrow - Post Tropical
The eccentric singer-songwriter delivered an exceptional new collection and would be a very worthy nomination.