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Watch The Moment The Libertines Jumped Out Of Their Glastonbury HelicopterPlay Video

Watch The Moment The Libertines Jumped Out Of Their Glastonbury Helicopter (01:07)

On Friday June 26 The Libertines played a surprise show on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, NME was there to capture the footage of their spectacular arrival.

Slaves: 'We're Silly But We Have Serious Messages'Play Video

Slaves: 'We're Silly But We Have Serious Messages' (03:00)

Kent punks Slaves take to the boating lake in Victoria Park, London, to talk about their new album, 'Are You Satisfied?', the legacy they want to leave and...

Soak: 'My Songs Reflect Teen Culture Because They Were Written By A Teenager'Play Video

Soak: 'My Songs Reflect Teen Culture Because They Were Written By A Teenager' (03:18)

Hotly-tipped Northern Irish teenager Bridie Monds-Watson, better known as Soak, discusses her new album at The Great Escape.

Spector: 'We Didn't Necessarily Expect There To Be A Second Album'Play Video

Spector: 'We Didn't Necessarily Expect There To Be A Second Album' (01:57)

Walk onstage with Fred Macpherson at The Great Escape 2015, and hear the Spector frontman discuss their new album and their progression as a band.

Loyle Carner - Meet London's Rising Hip-Hop ProdigyPlay Video

Loyle Carner - Meet London's Rising Hip-Hop Prodigy (03:30)

Loyle Carner discusses songwriting, the importance of his mum and recording at Kore Studios with Converse Rubber Tracks London.

Swim Deep: 'If You See Us In The Pub We'll Play You The Album'Play Video

Swim Deep: 'If You See Us In The Pub We'll Play You The Album' (05:15)

Speaking at The Great Escape, Swim Deep's Austin Williams and James Balmont discuss their forthcoming second album - and getting excited about it at 6am.

Nicky Wire On Why Manic Street Preachers Need To 'Replenish'Play Video

Nicky Wire On Why Manic Street Preachers Need To 'Replenish' (01:40)

Manic Street Preachers bassist Nicky Wire discusses the band's political legacy - and why they might need a break before they try to top 2014's 'Futurology'.

Queen's Brian May On How Young People Can Transform PoliticsPlay Video

Queen's Brian May On How Young People Can Transform Politics (01:10)

Speaking at the Ivor Novello Awards, Brian May discusses how the internet can change politics and why he has faith that young people will see through...

Ekkah at The Great Escape: Duo On Their Disco-Funk Roots, 'Nile Rodgers Collaboration'Play Video

Ekkah at The Great Escape: Duo On Their Disco-Funk Roots, 'Nile Rodgers Collaboration' (02:46)

NME caught up with Birmingham disco-funk-pop duo Ekkah at The Great Escape festival in Brighton in May – they talk about their plans for a new EP,...

Jack Garratt: 'I Was A Losing Finalist At The Junior Eurovision Song Contest'Play Video

Jack Garratt: 'I Was A Losing Finalist At The Junior Eurovision Song Contest' (04:17)

The London singer-songwriter recalls his musical beginnings entering the 2005 Junior Eurovision Song Contest, he said he 'cried' after coming bottom, but...

Paul Weller: "I Was More Narrow Minded When I Was Younger"Play Video

Paul Weller: "I Was More Narrow Minded When I Was Younger" (03:11)

The Modfather's back with one of his most eclectic listens yet. How did new album 'Saturns Pattern' end up channelling acid-psych, Krautrock and jazz? We...

20 Years After 'I Should Coco', Gaz Coombes On How He's Stepped Out Of Supergrass's ShadowPlay Video

20 Years After 'I Should Coco', Gaz Coombes On How He's Stepped Out Of Supergrass's Shadow (03:22)

Supergrass's career-best album came out 20 years ago this month. Gaz Coombes says although he has fond memories of the record (and plans for a deluxe...

How Joy Division Changed Music Forever, By Django Django, Bleachers, Everything Everything And MorePlay Video

How Joy Division Changed Music Forever, By Django Django, Bleachers, Everything Everything And More (04:41)

On the 35th anniversary of Ian Curtis' death, massive modern artists unpick the keenly missed frontman's music and legacy.

Girlhood - Exclusive Clip Featuring Rihanna's 'Diamonds'Play Video

Girlhood - Exclusive Clip Featuring Rihanna's 'Diamonds' (02:09)

Girlhood - Exclusive Clip Featuring Rihanna's 'Diamonds'

The Falling - NME Exclusive ClipPlay Video

The Falling - NME Exclusive Clip (02:17)

Watch an exclusive clip from 'The Falling', a new British film from director Carol Morley - sister of former NME writer Paul - which stars Maisie Williams,...

All Time Low: How The Clash And Sia Inspired 'Future Hearts'Play Video

All Time Low: How The Clash And Sia Inspired 'Future Hearts' (04:55)

NME chat to Baltimore pop punk band All Time Low about being on course for their first ever number one in the UK album chart, the success of new record...

Ride Return: Go Behind The Scenes With Oxford Shoegazers At Historic Homecoming GigPlay Video

Ride Return: Go Behind The Scenes With Oxford Shoegazers At Historic Homecoming Gig (02:07)

Cult shoegaze band Ride made their live return in Oxford on Sunday April 5 after 20 years away, performing to just 500 fans ahead of their performance at...

The Wombats On New Album Glitterbug: 'There Are More Sexy Vibes'Play Video

The Wombats On New Album Glitterbug: 'There Are More Sexy Vibes' (03:46)

Murph from The Wombats dropped by the NME studio to chat to us about the Liverpudlian band's new album Glitterbug. The album's out on April 13.

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