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NME's Young Britannia 2013 cover stars talk politics in music

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Swim Deep frontman Austin Williams says he "does not need to write about David Cameron", saying his job is to lift people's depression and give them an escape through his band's music. Click above to watch now.

Peace, Chloe Howl, Daniel Avery and Cate Le Bon also talk politics in music, the lack of rebels and how the ground is currently fertile for the next political movement in the video, which was shot on set of this week's NME cover shoot.

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