September 18, 2013 14:48

NME readers vote Haim best new festival artist of 2013

Disclosure are runners-up, followed by Bastille in third place

NME readers vote Haim best new festival artist of 2013

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Haim have been voted the best new festival artist of 2013 by NME readers.

The band received the most votes in NME's annual poll, narrowly ahead of Disclosure, who came in second. Bastille came third in the poll with Peace and The 1975 rounding off the top five. Other names in the upper reaches of the poll included The Strypes, Swim Deep, Deap Vally, Drenge and Jagwar Ma. Click here to see an infographic containing all of the festival poll results.

Haim will release their debut album 'Days Are Gone' at the end of the month. Clickhere for full details. The debut album will include the singles 'Falling' and 'Don't Save Me' as well as new single 'The Wire'.

The full results of NME's Festival Survey 2013 can be found in this week's issue, which is available digitally today (September 17) and on newsstands from tomorrow (September 18).

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