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Royal Blood Interview: 'There Is Hope For Guitars'Play Video

Royal Blood Interview: 'There Is Hope For Guitars' (02:31)

As Royal Blood's debut becomes the fastest-selling for three years, the duo talk about their upcoming UK tour and the most rewarding part of their work:...

Kate Bush's Before The Dawn Tour Begins: Fans ReactPlay Video

Kate Bush's Before The Dawn Tour Begins: Fans React (03:11)

NME speaks to fans who've travelled across the world to see Kate Bush perform on the opening night of her Before The Dawn shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo.

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?

Where Are All The Women Festival Headliners? Reading Festival Crowd ReactPlay Video

Where Are All The Women Festival Headliners? Reading Festival Crowd React (03:18)

Paramore are the only female-fronted band to headline a UK festival stage in a year that has drawn criticism for a dearth of women high on festival billings....

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.

Kiesza Plays 'Hideaway' (Acoustic) In The NME BasementPlay Video

Kiesza Plays 'Hideaway' (Acoustic) In The NME Basement (03:42)

Watch Kiesza's acoustic version of 'Hideaway' during her NME Basement Session with Dead Crow Spirit Flavoured Beers.

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...

Manic Street Preachers: 'Sometimes It Feels Like Rock 'n' Roll's On Its Deathbed'Play Video

Manic Street Preachers: 'Sometimes It Feels Like Rock 'n' Roll's On Its Deathbed' (03:39)

NME talk to Manic Street Preachers about the story behind 'Futurology', the message that 'rock 'n' roll will return' and Alex Turner's speech at the Brits.

Pixies - My First GigPlay Video

Pixies - My First Gig (02:26)

Pixies members Joey Santiago and David Lovering talk through the story of the band's first ever gig together back in 1986 in Cambridge, Massachusetts....

Kiesza Plays 'Giant In My Heart' (Acoustic) In The NME BasementPlay Video

Kiesza Plays 'Giant In My Heart' (Acoustic) In The NME Basement (05:00)

Watch Kiesza's acoustic version of 'Giant In My Heart' during her NME Basement Session with Dead Crow Spirit Flavoured Beers.

Superfood Perform 'Bubbles' In NME BasementPlay Video

Superfood Perform 'Bubbles' In NME Basement (02:51)

Birmingham crew Superfood visited the NME basement to play a session. Watch a stripped-down performance of 'Bubbles', the band's very first single.

Sam Smith responds to James Bond theme rumours: 'It's news to me'Play Video

Sam Smith responds to James Bond theme rumours: 'It's news to me' (01:38)

Despite a recent report the singer has denied he's been lined up to record the next James Bond theme song, but tells NME he'd be up for doing it in the future.

Darlia perform 'Vanilla' live in session for NMEPlay Video

Darlia perform 'Vanilla' live in session for NME (03:49)

Nathan Day, frontman with Blackpool trio Darlia, performs an acoustic version of 'Vanilla' exclusively for NME.

Peace On Not Writing 'Love Songs' For New AlbumPlay Video

Peace On Not Writing 'Love Songs' For New Album (02:20)

In this week's episode of Song Stories, we talk to Harry and Dom from Peace about 'Money', the first single from their upcoming album and how they wrote it...

Kiesza Covers Nirvana's 'Heart-Shaped Box' -  NME Basement SessionPlay Video

Kiesza Covers Nirvana's 'Heart-Shaped Box' - NME Basement Session (05:03)

Watch Kiesza cover Nirvana's 'Heart-Shaped Box' at her NME Basement Session with Dead Crow Spirit Flavoured Beers.

Cate Le Bon Covers The Alessi Brothers' 'Seabird' - NME Basement SessionsPlay Video

Cate Le Bon Covers The Alessi Brothers' 'Seabird' - NME Basement Sessions (04:12)

Cate Le Bon covers 1970s classic 'Seabird' at her NME Basement Session with Jägermeister. The artist's UK headline tour will kick of in September and her...

The Courteeners, 'How Good It Was' - Video ExclusivePlay Video

The Courteeners, 'How Good It Was' - Video Exclusive (04:08)

Watch the new video from The Courtneers, which, according to Liam Fray, attempts "to highlight that the past can exert too much power over the here and now."

Limp Bizkit On Filming 'Rollin'' At World Trade CentrePlay Video

Limp Bizkit On Filming 'Rollin'' At World Trade Centre (04:02)

Limp Bizkit tell NME the story behind their 2001 'hip-hop' hit single 'Rollin'' and winning the award for Best Rock Video at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.

The Inbetweeners 2: Directors Pick Favourite ScenesPlay Video

The Inbetweeners 2: Directors Pick Favourite Scenes (02:35)

NME speaks to The Inbetweeners 2 directors Damon Beesley and Iain Morris about their favourite scenes from the new film and including INXS and San Cisco on...

 
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