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Florence and the Machine heads up Mojo nominees

Florence and the Machine
Florence Welch's debut album is called Lungs

Florence and the Machine leads the charge at this year's Mojo Honours List awards with four nominations.

Florence Welch is up for breakthrough act, best album, best live act and song of the year for You've Got The Love.

Kasabian are hot on her heels with three nods for best live act, song of the year for Fire and best album for West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum.

The winners, voted for by readers of Mojo magazine, will be revealed on 10 June in London.

Arctic Monkeys and Richard Hawley have two nominations each.

Space mavericks

They will fight it out for best song for Crying Lightning and Open Up Your Door respectively.

The Arctic Monkeys are also nominated for best live act, while Hawley is up for best album for his sixth solo effort, Truelove's Gutter.

Space rock band Hawkwind will be honoured with the 2010 Mojo maverick award.

"Despite the fact that they have rarely flirted with the mainstream, their music and their attitude has inspired so many different areas of modern music," said Mojo's editor-in-chief, Phil Alexander.

Joanna Newsom and Paul Weller are also up for best album.

The Jim Jones Revue, John Grant, The Low Anthem and Mumford and Sons join Florence and the Machine in the breakthrough category.

Other Mojo awards to be handed out include the inspiration award, the Les Paul award and the hero award.



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