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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.

Rudimental: "One Of Bobby Womack's Last Wishes Was To Write A Song With Us"Play Video

Rudimental: "One Of Bobby Womack's Last Wishes Was To Write A Song With Us" (03:37)

The new Rudimental album features a collaboration with late, great soul legend Bobby Womack. We heard from the band backstage at InMusic festival about how...

The Courteeners' Liam Fray On Headlining Festivals: "I'd Rather Play To 25,000 People That Love Us Than 100,000 Who Only Know One Song"Play Video

The Courteeners' Liam Fray On Headlining Festivals: "I'd Rather Play To 25,000 People That Love Us Than 100,000 Who Only Know One Song" (02:17)

The Courteeners' Liam Fray tells us he's in no rush to headline Glastonbury, also weighing in on how Florence + the Machine's step-up to the Pyramid Stage is...

Are Festivals Doing Enough To Nurture Future Headliners? We Asked The VaccinesPlay Video

Are Festivals Doing Enough To Nurture Future Headliners? We Asked The Vaccines (03:12)

The Vaccines' Justin Young criticised the Who's booking at Glastonbury as a "safe" decision. Should festival bosses be giving more new bands opportunities to...

The Maccabees On How Florence + The Machine's Glastonbury Triumph Could Change The Future Of UK FestivalsPlay Video

The Maccabees On How Florence + The Machine's Glastonbury Triumph Could Change The Future Of UK Festivals (01:14)

The Maccabees' old friend Flo Welch topped the bill on Friday at Glastonbury. We caught up with the band to hear how her set might send a message to other...

Here's What It Would Mean To Wolf Alice To Have Their Album Hit Number OnePlay Video

Here's What It Would Mean To Wolf Alice To Have Their Album Hit Number One (02:05)

Wolf Alice's debut album is one of the biggest debut albums to the year, and only narrowly missed out on the UK chart top spot tonight. We asked the band how...

The Vaccines' Follow-Up To 'English Graffiti' Is Coming "Sooner Rather Than Later"Play Video

The Vaccines' Follow-Up To 'English Graffiti' Is Coming "Sooner Rather Than Later" (00:58)

Justin Young's indie-pop janglers are already at work on their next album, only weeks after the release of their last - inspired by the 1960s trend of bands...

Noel Gallagher: What Fans Can Expect From His First British Festival Headline SetPlay Video

Noel Gallagher: What Fans Can Expect From His First British Festival Headline Set (02:51)

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will headline London's Calling Festival on July 4. NME caught up with him before his comeback show in Tufnell Park to find...

Reading And Leeds Boss Melvin Benn Hails "A Great Year For Festivals"Play Video

Reading And Leeds Boss Melvin Benn Hails "A Great Year For Festivals" (04:37)

The Reading and Leeds organiser discusses the difference between British and American festivals, concerns that live music events are becoming too dangerous...

The Courteeners: How Seeing Karen O At Leeds Changed EverythingPlay Video

The Courteeners: How Seeing Karen O At Leeds Changed Everything (04:03)

NME goes backstage with The Courteeners before they play Leeds festival 2014.

The Hives: '4PM Is Too Early For Rock 'N' Roll'Play Video

The Hives: '4PM Is Too Early For Rock 'N' Roll' (03:04)

The Hives played a spectacular set at Leeds Festival 2014 and told NME backstage just before how they prepare for live gigs and what it takes to play the...

Melvin Benn on 2015 Reading headliners: 'Every band we're talking to has got guitars'Play Video

Melvin Benn on 2015 Reading headliners: 'Every band we're talking to has got guitars' (05:07)

NME speaks to Reading & Leeds boss Melvin Benn about the power cut at Paramore and where he's at with booking next years' headliners.

How To Be A Band In 2014 – According To Wolf AlicePlay Video

How To Be A Band In 2014 – According To Wolf Alice (04:04)

London four-piece Wolf Alice have been on the rise for a couple of years now becoming NME favourites along the way. NME speak to them at Reading festival...

Is Pop Punk Still Relevant? We Ask The Reading Festival CrowdsPlay Video

Is Pop Punk Still Relevant? We Ask The Reading Festival Crowds (02:27)

We speak to fans at Reading Festival ahead of Blink-182's Headline set and ask them if Pop Punk is still relevant?

Fans React to Paramore's Power Failure Hit SetPlay Video

Fans React to Paramore's Power Failure Hit Set (02:20)

Paramore suffered a massive power failure that threatened to derail their Reading Festival set this evening (August 22) as they performed ahead of headliners...

Danny Brown: 'I Never Want To Be Predictable'Play Video

Danny Brown: 'I Never Want To Be Predictable' (03:59)

Danny Brown talks to NME before his raucous Leeds festival set about the roots of his sound, and how he was inspired by his house DJ father, the Detroit...

NME Presents: The Story Of Gerard Way's Solo Festival DebutPlay Video

NME Presents: The Story Of Gerard Way's Solo Festival Debut (03:02)

NME goes backstage with Gerard Way to mark his first solo debut at Reading festival 2014 since the split of his band My Chemical Romance.

Gerard Way: 'It's not the right time to play My Chemical Romance songs yet'Play Video

Gerard Way: 'It's not the right time to play My Chemical Romance songs yet' (02:37)

NME speaks to Gerard Way before his warm-up show at the Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth (Friday 20) about why he wanted to play a 'shithole' with character and...

Walk On Stage With Twin Atlantic At T In The ParkPlay Video

Walk On Stage With Twin Atlantic At T In The Park (02:36)

NME hangs out fly-on-the-wall-style with Twin Atlantic before their massive show at T In The Park 2014. Twin Atlantic release new single 'Brothers And...

Chvrches: 'We've Got Demos For The Second Record'Play Video

Chvrches: 'We've Got Demos For The Second Record' (01:24)

NME speaks to Chvrches about the follow-up to debut 'The Bones of What You Believe' and whether they'll ever play with a live drummer.

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