NME Generation Next Gallery

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NME Generation Next Gallery

Howler, Cast Of Cheers and Gross Magic share a sofa as the NME Generation Next tour kicks off in Bournemouth.

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Gross Magic finally find their lost green coat.

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Just in case we'd forgotten, Gross Magic make it as clear as possible that they're playing The Old Fire Station.

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Gross Magic's drummer has lost his sticks. This is not a good start.

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What the hell does this button do?

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How many 'S's are there in 'Gross'?

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Gross Magic aren't generally considered a shoegaze band, but every once in a while...

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The Cast Of Cheers swap bar stools for that other American eatery staple, the diner booth.

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The Cast Of Cheers - well, one of them anyway.

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Our man in Bournemouth Mark Beaumont says Conor Adams' guitar noise "should only be possible if he'd melted down the Tardis to make his guitar."

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The Cast Of Cheers: after their storming set, now everybody knows their name.

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This gentleman really, really wanted us to pull his finger. We didn't.

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Howler. They might look cool now but they'll feel jolly foolish when their food arrives.

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Jordan Howler maintains a strict no-wig policy for his bandmates.

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The guy on the right's Howler audition didn't pan out.

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Jordan on Bournemouth: "It's been amazing. The first thing I did was go to Mary Shelley's grave."

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Someone just shouted "duck", but only the bassist heard.

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Howlin' for Howler.

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Howler winning over the crowd with knees.

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Another one hits the deck.

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Oh dear, the guitarist's trousers have fallen down again.

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Drinking a bottle of Jameson on stage is both big and clever.

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Howler: better than a poke in the eye.

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Jordan's gig verdict: "Really fun. I love Gross Magic and I've been hanging out with The Cast Of Cheers guys."

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A half-hearted attempted to do "The Bolt".

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