This week’s NME cover stars Paul Weller and Miles Kane look Mod-tastic together. We decided to show you some of the best snaps from our ‘heroes’ issue featuring the likes of The Clash, Blur, The Horrors and The Vaccines together, as you’ve never seen them before.
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Miles is ecstatic because Weller’s agreed to reveal his “hair product secrets” to him. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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Weller demonstrates the correct way to “work” a handkerchief look. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

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“I think I’m going to have the eggs and chips but without the fried bread. That’s too many carbs for me.” Freddie Cowan gets real with Graham Coxon. Photo: David Edwards/NME

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Graham and Freddie have a laugh about that Gorillaz set at Glastonbury. Photo: David Edwards/NME

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“That’s really good, mate.” Mick Jones shows appreciation for Felix White’s Jack White impression. Photo: Will Ireland/NME

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“And then the vicar said to the actress, ‘I thought it was a cucumber!'”. Photo: Will Ireland/NME

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Rhys Webb and John Lydon attempt a staring competition. Rhys didn’t blink for 437 seconds. Lydon only managed 12. Photo: Emilie Bailey/NME

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“Where the hell is my Chai Tea Latte?”. Someone’s in trouble…Photo: Emilie Bailey/NME

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Blaine Harrison agrees to give Mark E Smith some of his teeth in exchange for a hearty handshake. Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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Blaine tells Mark about the time Laura Marling farted all through the recording session for ‘Young Love’. Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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