In winning the prize, the influential electronic music duo triumphed from a shortlist also including Tame Impala’s 'The Slow Rush'.
The book is described as a horror anthology that’s “a waystation for the soul”.
The singer said, "“I’m so sorry we can’t make the April tour work, it’s just not safe yet BUT we’ll see each other in December and I can’t wait!"
Originally released in 1980, the critically-acclaimed 'Signing Off' peaked at No. 2 on the UK top 40 and was later certified platinum.
‘Everything is possible if you’ve got the will to win,’ says John Giddings.
On December 14, 1956, Richard's name finally made its first, and initially fleeting, appearance on the UK singles chart.
The track also features on Yungblud's new album, 'Weird!', which is out this Friday, December 4.
Next month, the band return to London's Konk Studios, where they recorded 'I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose' across 2008 and 2009.
Due out on December 11, 'Covers' also features Blake's acclaimed take of Frank Ocean's 'Godspeed'.
The K-Pop superstars' new album is set for release through Big Hit Entertainment on November 20.
Lewis Capaldi and Celeste will be playing special livestreamed gigs on October 9 to help raise money for the UK's grassroots music venues.
The fast-rising star will also perform the song on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' on October 6.
The fast-rising artist's new album will be released on November 13.
The new film will be a candid, access-all-areas affair which the star says has been inspired by Swift's recent Netflix doc, 'Miss Americana'.
The new track follows on from Norwegian pop sensation's last single, 'Exist For Love' and 'Into The Unknown' from 'Frozen 2.'