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In the new NME, on sale across the UK from Wednesday April 29, The Killers prepare for a traditional British summer – playing headline slots at V, T In The Park and Hard Rock Calling.

Brandon Flowers also fights back at a tough US crowd and tells us: "There was a petition to stop us playing Coachella. They can fuck off".

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10 tracks you have to hear this week - including the return of the mighty Beth Ditto. We rate Gossip's track 'Heavy Cross' as well as newies from Kasabian and Jarvis Cocker.

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takes a trip to Germany to find out how The Rakes' new album 'Klang' came together.

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Manchester gets treated to the voodoo ritual that is Yeah Yeah Yeahs' live show. NME's Martin Robinson was down the front, in awe.

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At last, The Horrors deliver the album we have all been waiting for.

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Plus - new Gallows album rated, are The Big Pink the world's best connected band, and where now for The Pirate Bay?

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