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Arlo Parks & Celeste Make Hyundai Mercury Prize 2021 Shortlist

(In the history of the award, which dates to 1992, Radiohead is the top nominee, with five nods. Arctic Monkeys, Laura Marling and PJ Harvey are runners-up with four nods each.)

Three of this year’s finalists – Not Your Muse, Blue Weekend and Mogwai’s As the Love Continues — have reached No. 1 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart. Mogwai has a long history on that chart. The band first charted in 1997. As the Love Continues is the band’s 15th chart album.

Albums by British artists with a U.K. release date between July 18, 2020 and July, 16 2021 are eligible for the 2021 prize.

The 2021 awards show will take place on Sept. 9 at London’s Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith. BBC Music will provide coverage of the ceremony across TV, radio, online and social media.

Here’s the Hyundai Mercury Prize 2021 shortlist:

Arlo Parks – Collapsed in Sunbeams, Transgressive
Berwyn – Demotape/Vega
Black Country, New Road – For the First Time, Ninja Tune
Celeste – Not Your Muse, Polydor
Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders & The London Symphony Orchestra – Promises, Luaka Bop
Ghetts – Conflict of Interest, Warner Bros.
Hannah Peel – Fir Wave, My Own Pleasure
Laura Mvula – Pink Noise, Atlantic
Mogwai – As the Love Continues, Rock Action
Nubya Garcia – Source, Concord
SAULT – Untitled (Rise), Forever Living Originals
Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend, Dirty Hit

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