Pom Poko

Pom Poko question “what being a woman means” on full-on new single ‘Like A Lady’

Taken from the Bella Union band's upcoming second album 'Cheater'

Radar Roundup – September 18, 2020: The killer new music you need to hear this week

NME's Radar Roundup is your weekly reminder of the rule-breaking rising artists you can't afford to ignore right now. Go on, get stuck in...

Pom Poko share high-energy new single ‘My Candidacy’

Their second album is out in November

The Maccabees to join Tim Burgess’ listening parties to talk ‘Given To The Wild’

Pom Poko, Shame, The Cribs and more will also dissect their albums with The Charlatans' frontman

Øya 2019 is inclusive, green and feel-good – like all festivals could be

This month saw Øya Festival celebrate its 20th anniversary. Not only is it Norway’s biggest festival, it has also become renowned as a true...

Pom Poko – ‘Birthday’ review

“No one understands; they say it’s freaky, suggestive,” croons Pom Poko singer Ragnhild Jamtveit on the half-knowing and half-ironic ‘My Work Is Full Of...

Welcome to the colourful, Beatles-warping world of Pom Poko: ‘We can do whatever we want – sometimes it disgusts us’

Pom Poko's debut album is a lot. On it, they've got the proggy weirdness of Battles, the break-neck riffs of early Foals and the...

Live At Leeds 2018: The best bands we saw at the sweltering one-dayer

Despite the baking sun in Leeds, the city's wonderful music fans packed out venues to see some of the nation's best new talents and...

Pom Poko unveil video for ‘You’ll Be Fine’, and ‘bring colour to a monochrome world’

A true highlight of The Great Escape and part of an exciting wave of new talent from Norway, Pom Poko are definitely ones to...