Everything Everything have been revealed to the bookmakers' favourites to win the Mercury Prize this year ahead of tomorrow's nominee announcement.
The 12 albums being shortlisted for the year's award will be announced tomorrow (16 October) by Lauren Laverne on her BBC 6 Music radio show between 10am and 1pm.
Albums released by UK and Irish artists in the UK between 9 September 2014 and 25 September 2015 and eligible for a nomination. Ladbrokes are favouring Manchester quartet Everything Everything as the favourites with odds of 4/1 that their album 'Get To Heaven' will take the award home.
Following up the rear is Jamie XX with In Colour at 7/1 odds and Maccabees edging behind with 8/1 odds on Marks to Prove It. If you're looking for a big pay-out, put some money down on Alt-J, Slaves or Young Fathers who are all working with 20/1 odds. Full odds below.
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Ladbrokes' Mercury odds for 2015 are as follows:
Everything Everything – 'Get To Heaven' (4/1)
Jamie xx – 'In Colour' (7/1)
The Maccabees – 'Marks To Prove It' (8/1)
Sleaford Mods – 'Key Markets' (10/1)
Richard Dawson – 'Nothing Important' (10/1)
Wolf Alice – 'My Love Is Cool' (12/1)
Nadine Shah – 'Fast Food' (12/1)
Ghostpoet – 'Shedding Skin' (12/1)
Jane Weaver – 'The Silver Globe' (12/1)
LoneLady – 'Hinterland' (16/1)
Foals – 'What Went Down' (16/1)
Florence + The Machine – 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' (20/1)
Young Fathers – 'White Men Are Black Men Too' (20/1)
Soak – 'Before We Forgot To Dream' (20/1)
Slaves – 'Are You Satisfied?' (20/1)
Dutch Uncles – 'O Shudder' (20/1)
LA Priest – 'Inji' (20/1)
Richard Hawley – 'Hollow Meadows' (20/1)
Alt-J – 'This Is All Yours' (20/1)
This year's panel will included Nick Mulvey, Anna Calvi and Ghostpoet. The winner will be announced at a ceremony at London's Radio Theatre on 20 November.