David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys, Foals e Daft Punk lideram indicações ao Q Awards

David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys, Foals e Daft Punk lideram indicações ao Q Awards

David Bowie lidera as indicações para os prêmios da revista Q com indicações para seis categorias, entre as quais estão a de melhor álbum, melhor canção e melhor artista solo. Daft Punk, Arctic Monkeys (foto) e Foals estão indicados para três prêmios. 

"O regresso de David Bowie provou que, apesar de estarmos na era digital, as estrelas pop continuam tendo a capacidade de nos surpreender", disse o editor da publicação britânica, Matt Mason, em comunicado oficial, "o sucesso fenomenal do Daft Punk também nos provou que uma ótima canção ainda consegue tocar em todo mundo".

Veja abaixo a lista completa de indicados para os prêmios da revista Q, entre os quais se encontram nomes tão díspares quanto o dos novatos Disclosure, dos norte-americanos Vampire Weekend ou dos veteranos Kraftwerk e Rolling Stones.

Artista Revelação 
Palma Violets 
Laura Mvula 
Jagwar Ma 
Valerie June 
Tom Odell 
Jake Bugg 
Melhor Canção 
Daft Punk ft Pharrell Williams 'Get Lucky' 
Arctic Monkeys 'Do I Wanna Know?' 
David Bowie 'Where Are We Now?' 
Ellie Goulding 'Burn' 
Robin Thicke ft TI and Pharrell 'Blurred Lines' 
Melhor Vídeo 
Daft Punk ft Pharrell Williams 'Get Lucky' 
David Bowie 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' 
Manic Street Preachers 'Show Me the Wonder' 
Vampire Weekend 'Diane Young' 
Beady Eye 'Shine a Light' 
Melhor Álbum 
David Bowie 'The Next Day' 
Vampire Weekend 'Modern Vampires Of The City' 
Foals 'Holy Fire' 
Daft Punk 'Random Access Memories' 
Biffy Clyro 'Opposites' 
Melhor Banda ao Vivo 
Arctic Monkeys 
Mumford & Sons 
The Stone Roses 
Melhor Artista Solo 
David Bowie 
Jake Bugg 
Laura Marling 
Ellie Goulding 
John Grant 
Melhor Artista do Mundo No Momento 
David Bowie 
Vampire Weekend 
Arctic Monkeys 
Biffy Clyro 
Melhor Evento 
David Bowie no museu V&A 
Kraftwerk no museu Tate Modern 
The Rolling Stones no Hyde Park 
The Killers no Wembley Stadium e The Garage 

Daft Punk - Get Lucky (Full Video)

David Bowie - The Stars (Are Out Tonight)

Manic Street Preachers - Show Me the Wonder

Vampire Weekend - Diane Young

Beady Eye - Shine A Light

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