Here’s all the action from the VO5 NME Awards Road Trip with Propaganda

Some of indie's finest bands have been taking over the decks at clubs up and down the country

Everyone loves an indie disco. What’s better than dancing to the likes of ‘Mr Brightside’ or ‘Last Nite’ with your mates and a room full of like-minded strangers? Not a whole lot, really, apart from perhaps adding some of the people who made the tunes blasting around sticky indie clubs into the mix.

The VO5 NME Awards Road Trip with Propaganda does just that, taking the likes of The Vaccines, Bastille, The Amazons, Frank Turner, and Idles around the country to entertain revellers not with their own songs, but with DJ sets filled with other people’s bangers. Check all the action from the awesome trek below.

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1The Vaccines, Birmingham

Vaccines Birmingham
The Vaccines made their first stop on the tour at Birmingham's Mama Roux's & Spotlight, ready to share their favourite indie hits with the Midlands. Just look at their excited faces.

2Propaganda Birmingham

Propaganda Birmingham
And here's their public, eagerly awaiting the opportunity to sing and dance along to some classics.

3The Vaccines, London

Vaccines London
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One night later, the London gang were entertaining the masses again in their hometown at Camden's Electric Ballroom

4Propaganda London

Propaganda London
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Look at that crowd and tell us it doesn't make you want to down a jägerbomb and go crowdsurfing over it.

5Idles, Bristol

Idles Bristol
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Over in the south west, Idles dug deep into their record collections to create the perfect Saturday night party soundtrack.

6Idles, Bristol

Idles Bristol
And here's the lads off-duty, looking like they're having as great a time as the punters.

7The Amazons, Lincoln

Amazons Lincoln
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Reading boys The Amazons made the short trip to Lincoln to give the people what they wanted - colossal amounts of fun.

8The Amazons, Lincoln

Amazons Lincoln
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Crafting a memorable night out is serious business, as you can see from The Amazons' looks of concentration in the DJ booth.
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