After picking up the Mercury Music Prize for their album "The Seldom Seen Kid" last year, it's no surprise that Manchester alternative rockers Elbow have walked away from this year's Ivor Novello Awards on top of the world.

They picked up the most prestigious and coveted award for Best Song Musically And Lyrically for "One Day Like This" as well as Best Contemporary Song for "Grounds For Divorce."

Meanwhile, The Tings Tings won the Album Award for their debut "We Started Nothing, Duffy's "Mercy" was named PRS For Music Most Performed Work. Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" was revealed as this year's Best Selling British Song, while Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood walked away with the award for Best Original Film Score for his work on "The Will Be Blood"

The full list of winners can be seen below, while the original list of nominee can be see here:

Best Song Musically And Lyrically:
Elbow - 'One Day Like This'

Best Contemporary Song:
Elbow - 'Grounds For Divorce'

Best Original Film Score:
Jonny Greenwood - 'There Will Be Blood'

Best Television Soundtrack:
Julian Nott - 'Wallace And Gromit (A Matter of Loaf and Death)'

PRS For Music Most Performed Work:
Duffy - 'Mercy'

Best Selling British Song:
Coldplay - 'Viva La Vida'

Album Award:
The Ting Tings - 'We Started Nothing'

Outstanding Song Collection:
Vince Clarke

PRS For Music Outstanding Contribution To British Music Award:
Robert Del Naja and Grant Marshall (Massive Attack)

The Ivors Classical Music Award:

James MacMillan