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The returning indie legend delivered a brilliantly rowdy John Peel Stage headline set for only his second show in five yearsThe post Jamie T live at Glastonbury 2022: indie national treasure returns in a blaze of glory appeared first on NME.
The beloved band mix things up on The Park Stage, but suffer some misfires along the wayThe post Big Thief live at Glastonbury 2022: indie-folk stars turn into monsters of rock appeared first on NME.
The Oxfordshire trio's party-hungry vibes from 'Life Is Yours' are perfect for these fieldsThe post Foals live at Glastonbury 2022 review: a righteous rave worthy of topping the Pyramid Stage appeared first on NME.
"I don't think we'll know it happened until it's over"The post Inhaler at Glastonbury on Arctic Monkeys tour: “That’s a tick off the bucket list” appeared first on NME.
The Likely Lads bring out the sun as they return to Worthy Farm – here's what went downThe post The Libertines pay tribute to Ukraine and kick off Glastonbury 2022 appeared first on NME.
The English trio are the latest to cover the viral 'Stranger Things' hitThe post Watch The Wombats cover Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ appeared first on NME.
Earlier in the year, British indie-rockers the Wombats released their fifth studio album, Fix Yourself, Not The World. Next month, they'll tour the UK, play Lollapalooza in Chicago, circle back to the UK, and end the year with a few shows in Australia. Now, the Wombats have participated in triple j's "Like A Version" series, opting to cover ever...
Yannis Philippakis talks us through the creation lyrics and meaning of every song on their ravey new record – from '2001' through to new fan favourite 'Wild Green'The post Watch Foals talk us through every track on new album ‘Life Is Yours’ appeared first on NME.
The record sees Spektor pushing herself into vibrant, unexplored territoryThe post Regina Spektor – ‘Home, before and after’ review: funny and heartbreaking art-punk appeared first on NME.
The track appears on 'A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995–1997: A Companion'The post Watch Bright Eyes perform ‘Falling Out Of Love At This Volume’ on ‘The Late Late Show’ appeared first on NME.
Last month, Bright Eyes were in the news for a not-great reason: At a Houston show Conor Oberst left the stage after two songs, leaving the rest of the band to attempt live karaoke with audience members before it became clear that Oberst wasn’t coming back and the venue refunded everyone’s tickets. That’s the kind o...
It's the latest track to be taken from the star's upcoming fifth albumThe post Watch Jamie T stroll through London in ‘St George Wharf Tower’ video appeared first on NME.
"It is me telling myself that it is going to be OK," Serge Pizzorno has said of the singleThe post Watch Kasabian take a late-night stroll in trippy ‘Chemicals’ video appeared first on NME.
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A couple months ago, Built To Spill announced their first new album in seven years, When The Wind Forgets Your Name, the follow-up to 2015’s Untethered Moon and their first for Sub Pop after 20 years on Warner Records. So far, we’ve heard two tracks from it — “Gonna Lose” and “Understoo...
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