Listen BODEGA, Metronomy and Shame feature on the latest DIY Podcast episode

BODEGA, Metronomy and Shame feature on the latest DIY Podcast episode

We’re back in sunny Spain, backstage at Benicàssim.

It’s back to sunny Spain for the latest episode of the DIY Podcast, where we catch up with a trio of favourites backstage at last month’s Benicàssim. 

First up, New York post-punkers BODEGA let us in on their reading habits, and why they’re constantly pinching themselves following the success of debut album, ‘Endless Scroll’. Then in the small hours, Metronomy’s Joe Mount spills on new material, and which members of One Direction he’d collaborate with (or not), and finally we make Shame miss the start of Madness’ set to explain just how tired they are.

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