Loyle Carner

Wilderness Festival announces headliners Loyle Carner, Jamie xx, Rudimental and more

Bicep, Georgia and Holly Humberstone are also on the bill

London Grammar and Jorja Smith join All Points East 2021 line-up

The bill for the east London festival continues to grow

Listen to Loyle Carner’s first new track of the year, ‘Yesterday’

Carner speaks out against political and social discrimination with the song

Foals, Supergrass and Loyle Carner lead Wilderness Festival 2020 line-up

The Oxfordshire festival will be held between July 30 and August 2

Loyle Carner announces huge new tour including London arena date

Loyle Carner has announced a major new 13-date tour, including the first headline arena show of his career. The shows, in support of Carner's current...

The 10 essential Glastonbury 2019 sets to catch on BBC iPlayer before they disappear

Fully rested from Glastonbury now? We're just about feeling human again and now, we're feeling very, very sad. The Glasto-Blues are incredibly real this year, considering this...

Parklife Day One: Christine and the Queens and Slowthai shine at raucous Manchester weekender

The portents weren’t good for Parklife on Saturday. First, headliner Cardi B cancelled, due to recovering from plastic surgery. Then it was raining, threatening...

Loyle Carner seeks applications for his Chilli Con Carner cooking school

Loyle Carner is seeking applicants for his cookery school, Chilli Con Carner. It's the third year Carner has run the school, which is open to...

The Big Read – Loyle Carner: “All the best things about me come from my ADHD”

Loyle Carner's debut album was much lauded by critics, but it was the south London boy's wholesome extra-curricular activities – running a cookery school for kids with ADHD – which helped him become somewhat of a national treasure. As he releases his follow-up record, 'Not Waving But Drowning', Nick Levine meets him for a chat about mental health, music and his good ol' mum.

Loyle Carner – ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ review

Loyle Carner's debut album ‘Yesterday's Gone’ was good – in fact, it was really good. Stuffed full of the south Londoner's poetic lyrics, crunchy...
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