Out now! The June issue of DIY - fronted by The 1975 - is out now

The June issue of DIY - fronted by The 1975 - is out now

DIY is free - pick up a copy in our usual stockists or read for free online.

The June issue of DIY, fronted by returning heroes The 1975, is out now! As the band make their comeback with new single ‘Give Yourself A Try’, we welcome them to the cover of the mag for the first time, sitting down with Matty Healy for the first word on the new single and upcoming third album.

Read the DIY cover feature with The 1975 in full online here.

The new issue can also be ordered from our online shop or picked up from any of our beloved stockists.

The 1975 are joined in the new issue by Shame, who are taking the charge to Europe at the end of their huge four-month world tour which has made them one of the most talked-about bands on the planet. We meet them in Spain to dive into the chaos and find out just what makes them such an irresistibly exciting prospect.

Matt Maltese, Let’s Eat Grandma and Snail Mail are also in our features section ahead of releasing brilliant new records, while we get the first word on Spring King’s comeback and fierce new single ‘Animal’.

With the latest album and live reviews, and interviews with your favourite new bands in our Neu section, the new issue is absolutely rammed.

So then, the new issue of DIY is out now! Order a copy of the new issue (or subscribe) and read online below.

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