Former NME Godlike Genius Ian Brown signed for fans last weekend in the NME Signing Tents at V Festival. The singer attracted mammoth crowds to his autographing session, and if you were one of the lucky few who made it through the queue then try and spot yourself in our gallery at nme.com/festivals/signingtent
Maggot of Goldie Lookin Chain and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ fame rubs cheeks with fans in the NME Signing Tent at V Festival in Chelmsford. Were you there? NME snappers were in the tents at Chelmsford and Staffordshire venues all weekend capturing the mayhem – visit www.nme.com/festivals/signingtent for more.
Luke Pritchard of The Kooks flashes his pearly whites at NME’s snapper during the band’s signing session for fans at V Festival last weekend. Were you there? NME was in the tents at Chelmsford and Staffordshire all weekend photographing the mayhem – see if you got caught on camera at www.nme.com/festivals/signingtent
John McClure, a.k.a ‘The Rev’ of Sheffield-based rockers Reverend And The Makers salutes the end of a long and grueling autograph session with fans in the NME Signing Tent at V Festival. The singer later performed an exclusive acoustic session in front of NME’s camera crew which can be viewed now at NME.COM/VIDEO. Pic: Marc Haydon
Mandchester pioneer and indie-titan Ian Brown gives his legendary pout to NME’s Marc Haydon backstage at V festival at the weekend. The cult-icon drew massive crowds to his scheduled live and NME Signing Tent appearances – over-zealous fans even tried to break their way in through security to the autographing session to get closer to the singer.
Dundee-born indie champs The View pose here for NME Photographer Marc Haydon backstage at V Festival last weekend. The band debuted six new tracks from their forthcoming second album to fans during their festival appearance and later revealed the facts behind the LP in an exclusive filmed interview with NME. Watch it now at NME.COM/VIDEO
The Hold Steady pictured before their NME signing session for fans at V Festival, Chelmsford, at the weekend. The Brooklyn-based rockers played a set that included tracks from new album ‘Stay Positive’ in the beaming sun in Essex, and in a torrential downpour the next day in Staffordshire. Pic: Marc Haydon
Henry Dartnall, Thomas ‘House of Lords’ Dartnall and Oliver Askew of quirky indie trio The Young Knives backstage before their signing tent session for fans at V Festival, last weekend. Watch our interview with the band who unveil their lust for anything sausage and Girls Aloud-related, at NME.COM/VIDEO. Pic: Marc Haydon