Radiohead, Paul Simon and singer/songwriter PJ Harvey are set to battle it out for Britain's Uncut Music Award 2011.
The Creep rockers have been nominated for their album The King of Limbs, while So Beautiful or So What and Let England Shake are the respective releases which have earned Simon and Harvey recognition.
The annual accolade, handed out by respected U.K. music magazine Uncut, honours the "most exciting, inspirational and rewarding album of the last 12 months".
The three acts will also face competition from Bon Iver (Bon Iver), Fleet Foxes (Helplessness Blues), Bill Callahan (Apocalypse), Josh T Pearson (Last of the Country Gentlemen) and Gillian Welch (The Harrow & The Harvest).
The winner will be unveiled at the end of the month (Nov11).