Mercury Prize

Wolf Alice wins Mercury Prize

MNA Entertainment Desk: Rock band Wolf Alice won Britain’s Mercury Prize for album “Visions of a Life”, beating off competition from the likes of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and the Arctic Monkeys.

The four-member band from north London, which first began as a duo in 2010, took the 25,000 pound ($33,165) prize and “album of the year” trophy, which has been awarded to a wide range of music artists since it began in 1992.

“Visions of a Life”, the group’s second studio album, won praise from critics when it was released last year and reached No. 2 in the UK album charts, reported news agency.

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