In Pictures – NME’s Best Live Photography Of 2015
Ben Bentley got up close and personal with Yak's Oli Burslem as he leapt from the stage at Field Day.
Murph from the Wombats met his adoring public at Bristol's O2 Academy and NME's Andy Ford was there to capture it.
Jenn Five shot an ecstatic Ellie Rowsell as Wolf Alice finished their secret Glastonbury show at William's Green.
Justin Young's such a professional he can work the camera, not miss a note and make The Vaccines' Latitude crowd swoon over him all at once.
Twin Peaks pulled on ludicrous coats and incited mini riots as they landed at London's 100 Club this February, with snapper Pooneh Ghana in the thick of the action.
Andy Hughes snapped a tender moment between Pete and Carl as they indulged in some of that iconic mic sharing at Poland's Open'er festival.
Robby Grote from The Districts puts some oomph into the Philadelphian band's set at Leeds Festival.
Charli XCX prepares for the other half of the pantomime zebra to arrive.
Andy Hughes caught Super Furry Animals using their guitars for weight lifting at Cardiff University.
Emma Viola Lilja
Carnage follows Rat Boy wherever he goes and a house party in Manchester was definitely no exception, as photographer Emma Viola Lilja found out.
Peace's Harry Koisser in the zone as the Birmingham band brought second album 'Happy People' to London's Heaven.
Nicky Wire might not be in his youth anymore, but he can still high kick with the best of them as he proved at Cardiff Castle.
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard dabbled in contortion at Latitude.
Dave Grohl whipped his hair back and forth, unaware of the throne he'd soon be relegated to, at Sunderland's Stadium Of Light.
Fat White Family's fans howled along with them at London's Village Underground venue in January.
Ariel Pink goes for a ride at his gig at Brighton's Old Market.
All Time Low conducted a singalong in the pit at Leeds Festival.