Tame Impala Win Best International Group Honor At Brits Award

(Prog) Tame Impala have scooped the Best International Group award at the 2016 Brits. The Australian outfit picked up the prize Wednesday night (February 24) at London's O2 Arena for their latest album Currents.

The band muscled out U2, Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes and Eagles Of Death Metal to the winning spot. Accepting the award, frontman Kevin Parker said: "This is truly amazing. It's pretty amazing to be invited to your award ceremony, to this night, let alone be given an award to accept."

After their win he told DIY Magazine: "I was just happy for all the people at our table - the record label and stuff. They're the ones who put all the effort into up getting to the next level.

"These awards are a physical symbol of that kind of stuff." Tame Impala are set to tour South America and the US starting next month. See the dates here.

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