Amongst the winners are the Music Venue Trust who were awarded ‘The H’ award for their impact on and dedication to the music industry during the pandemic.

The award was presented by Frank Turner who has been a huge supporter of the Music Venue Trust over the past 18 months, along with Sarah Slater – Ticketmaster’s VP Client Development for Music & Festivals.

Andrew Parsons, MD of Ticketmaster UK said:

‘We are delighted to present the H Award to the Music Venue Trust, there is no one more deserving. For years we’ve witnessed the phenomenal work they do for the industry, but the significance of this work really shone through these last 18 months when grassroots venues needed it the most. A huge hats off to their dedication and achievements, and we look forward to supporting them throughout the return to live and beyond.”

Other winners include Bring Me The Horizon who took home the award for Best Album and Best UK Band, Wargasm who won Best UK Breakthrough Band and Nova Twins who were awarded Best Video for ‘Taxi’.

For more info on the Heavy Music Awards, visit their website and follow them on Twitter @heavymusicawds

Heavy Music Awards winners in full:

Best Album Presented By Amazon Music
Bring Me The Horizon – Post Human: Survival Horror

The H Presented By Ticketmaster
Music Venue Trust

Best UK Band Presented By Lightwave Productions
Bring Me The Horizon

Best Production
Rou Reynolds for Enter Shikari’s Nothing is True & Everything is Possible

Best International Band Presented By EMP

Best UK Breakthrough Band Presented By Sharptone Records

Best International Breakthrough Band Presented By Afterlive Music

Best Podcast Presented By The Heavy Network
The Downbeat

Best Video
Nova Twins Taxi

Best Album Artwork
Mattias Adolfsson for Dance Gavin Dance’s Afterburner

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