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Watch all of last night’s Mercury Prize performances

From Skepta to Michael C. Hall, catch up with last night’s best moments.

Last night (15th September) saw Skepta winning the 2016 Mercury Prize for his ‘Konnichiwa’ album.

At a star-studded ceremony in London’s Eventim Apollo, Skepta played ‘Shutdown’ ahead of accepting his award, and ‘Man (Gang)’ after picking up the prize.

Below, you can watch every performance from last night’s ceremony, including Michael C. Hall’s rendition of ‘Lazarus’ from a play of the same name. The track also features on Bowie’s final album, ‘Blackstar’.

Radiohead were the only act who didn’t perform, the big party poopers. They did, however, share a new video for ‘Present Tense’, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Catch up with everything below.

Skepta

Bat For Lashes

Anohni

Michael Kiwanuka

Jamie Woon

Radiohead

Michael C. Hall

Laura Mvula

Savages

The Comet Is Coming

The 1975

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