LOCK up your daughters, as the infamous NME Awards Tour returns to the O2 Academy Bournemouth on Wednesday night. Renowned for giving the freshest new acts their first taste of national notoriety – past alumni include Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Florence & The Machine and The Vaccines.

Having quietly become one of the UK’s best loved bands, Two Door Cinema Club will headline the hotly anticipated show. Alongside them will be electro groove merchants Metronomy.

London quartet Tribes are the jokers in the pack and could provide the most entertainment. The raucous band is looking forward to sampling the Bournemouth nightlife.

“We're really happy to be part of it, considering the history of the tour, and the fact the likes of The Vaccines and The Horrors have done it before. Hopefully there'll be some good after parties – we're all about the partying,” says Johnny Lloyd of Tribes.

The final act on the bill is New York producer/MC Azealia Banks who has been steadily perfecting her craft and making a name for herself.