The Brit Award nominees have been revealed, with Muse, Mumford And Sons, The Black Keys and The Rolling Stones among the names revealed in London last night.
Alt-J, who shot to fame in mid-2012 with their debut album "An Awesome Wave", are up for Best British Group, Best British Album and British Breakthrough.
Mumford And Sons will also compete in the Best British Group
category, along with Best Live Act
and Best British Album
Muse are up for Best British Group, and will battle against The Rolling Stones for Best Live Act.
The Black Keys and The Killers are in the running for Best International Group.
Late jazz singer Amy Winehouse also received a posthumous nomination for Best British Female.
The event will take place on February 20 in London, with Muse and Mumford And Sons among the performers on the night.
Here's the full list of nominees:
Best British Group:
Mumford and Sons
Best British Album:
Emeli Sande "Our Version Of Events"
Plan B "Ill Manors"
Alt-J "An Awesome Wave"
Paloma Faith "Fall To Grace"
Mumford And Sons "Babel"
Best British Female:
Bat For Lashes
British British Male:
Best Live Act:
Mumford And Sons
The Rolling Stones
Best International Group:
The Black Keys
Best International Male:
Best International Female:
Lana Del Rey