New DIY Weekly cover stars First Aid Kit started in their mid teens - several years on and they still give the sense that they’re only just beginning to realise their potential.
The Swedish sisters are in brilliant form on third album ‘Stay Gold’ - their major label debut it might be, but that hasn’t stopped them from sticking to their instincts.
Alongside our new cover feature in our weekly digital edition, inside you’ll find interviews with Glass Animals (giving the bare bones of their debut album) and Tom Vek, who proves it’s not just ‘Luck’ that’s in the equation for his third LP.
Vek discusses everything from the perils of the digital age to the literary influences that filter into his exciting new record.
Elsewhere, Peace spill the beans on the follow-up to last year’s ‘In Love’ and Say Lou Lou offer wise words for anyone looking to avoid being a ‘blog pop’ group.
Neu gives an introduction to the rudest, most ambitious new kids on the block - Public Access TV.
There’s also verdicts on the new album from Jack White, plus First Aid Kit, Dub Thompson, Blaue Blume and loads more.