The Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize has announced a sweeping set of changes to this year's event.
The music industry's most important award show will now take place on November 1, maybe in a bigger venue although we're not sure yet. It won't be the Roundhouse, that's booked.
In other changes, the shortlist of competing artists will now be 'unveiled' on September 12, which gives people nearly two months to have a think about it all.
There are currently no plans to show the awards on TV and so far no major high street bank has emerged to sponsor the event.
In completely unrelated news, the Barclaycard Mercury Prize have revealed details of some changes they're making to their awards this year.