Wolf Alice claimed the Mercury Prize for 2018 last night for their second album 'Visions of a Life', beating out competitors like Noel Gallagher, Florence & The Machine, Arctic Monkeys and a somewhat disgruntled Lily Allen.

Allen performed 'Apples' at the show, and once the winners were announced, took to Twitter to air her feelings about losing out to Wolf Alice.

"It means so much to pick this up with my three best friends," singer-guitarist Ellie Rowsell said during the band’s acceptance speech.

Theo Ellis then told a short anecdote about starting out in music, saying: "When we first started as a band, we walked into a meeting and the geezer said 'You don't look like a band at all. What are you, what are you supposed to be?' and we never really figured it out but here we are so fuck you!"

You can watch Wolf Alice performing 'Don't Delete The Kisses' from last night's awards show below.