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Klaxons have been crowned Best New Band at tonight's (March 1) Shockwaves NME Awards.

The trio were presented with their prize by BBC Radio 1 presenters Edith Bowman and Jo Whiley.

The other nominees were:

The Fratellis
The Horrors
The Kooks
The View


The band seemed visibly moved and even a little tearful as they came up to collected their prize.

"Jeez, well, thank you so much," said Jamie Righton. "We are indeed a new band! But I'd like to mention how good Tim Burgess looks. Thanks to The View too. Cheers."

For all the latest rolling news, backstage gossip and spats from the Shockwaves NME Awards 2007 go to nme.com/awards.

For more coverage from this year’s awards check our on site blogs:

News Vulture for a live run down of all the action.

Too Much Information for behind-the-scenes gossip at this year awards.

Meanwhile get next week’s special edition issue of NME out on UK newsstands from March 7 for the ultimate coverage of the Shockwaves NME Awards 2007.

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