With The Kills, Yak, Weezer, White Lung and tons more.
The Kills, returning in June with fifth studio album, ‘Ash & Ice’ are on the cover of this month’s issue, where they discuss Jamie Hince’s broken limbs (plural), the chemistry that’s kept their band going for fifteen years, and curiously, homoerotic thoughts about Vladimir Putin (them, not us).
We learn more about Yak’s (spoiler alert) five-star debut album, ‘Alas Salvation’ with an interview, talk to White Lung about their shifting sounds on new record, ‘Paradise’, find out what Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo has up his sleeve for (already!) the follow-up to the band’s ‘White’ album, plus there’s a day at the seaside with Oscar.
We head in the studio with Metronomy as Joe Mount reveals they won’t be touring the band’s new record, talk all things post-Bombay Bicycle Club with Toothless’ Ed Nash, find out what’s going on with Jagwar Ma, and discover Spector’s favourite service station.
Neu profiles Cardiff-based band ESTRONS and Walsall songsmith Jorja Smith (literally, a Smith), plus there’s more from Flume, PUP, and Twin Peaks among much more.