Arctic Monkeys still missing their NME Award USA

Klaxons keeping Best International Album trophy safe?

Arctic Monkeys, winners of the Best International Album at the NME Awards USA, are yet to get their trophy back from Klaxons.

The Sheffield band were unable to attend the Los Angeles ceremony last month, so Jamie Reynolds from Klaxons got up onstage and swiped Arctic Monkeys’ award from model Agyness Deyn when it was handed out (pictured).

Alex Turner and co have yet to be handed their award, and Reynolds caused further confusion on the night (April 23) by jokingly telling NME.COM that Klaxons‘ 2007 debut album ‘Myths Of The Near Future’ deserved the prize more than ‘Famous Worst Nightmare’.

“Are you telling me that their second album is better than our first?” he asked on the night. You can watch his video interview below now.

The decision was made by NME.COM‘s users, but it seems the Klaxon was determined to keep the award ‘safe’ for his mates.

Hopefully the prize will find its way to Arctic Monkeys‘ trophy cabinet soon – eh, Mr Reynolds?