The Zutons

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds announce 2023 outdoor Essex show

The Zutons and former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan will support Gallagher at the Heritage Live concert

The Zutons’ Dave McCabe on working with Nile Rodgers on the band’s first album in 13 years

The returning Liverpool band’s frontman spoke to NME about getting back in the studio and Paul Weller’s verdict on their new songs

The Jaded Hearts Club supergroup return with new single ‘Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)’

Miles Kane, Matt Bellamy and Graham Coxon's band are back with a lost Motown song

Soundtrack Of My Life: Mark Ronson

The renowned producer and DJ takes us through his life in music

‘Creation Stories’: inside Alan McGee’s biblical new biopic

Talking sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll with the indie impresario

The Jaded Hearts Club on egos, the label of “supergroup” and plans for more new music

How Blur, Muse, Miles Kane, The Zutons and Jet came together as a mate's wedding band and ended up making an album.

The term ‘landfill indie’ is pure snobbery from people who don’t know how to have fun

The term is so sneeringly reductive it’s like your Grandad listing the relative merits of each Pokémon

Meet Valerie, the inspiration behind Amy Winehouse and The Zutons’ classic

The woman who inspired The Zutons' Valerie has been discovered, some 12 years after Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson's cover became a worldwide hit. It transpires...

The Zutons are back for a UK tour after a nine-year break

Noughties indie icons The Zutons have reformed for their first full tour in nine years. The Liverpool band are touring next March to play their...

The Zutons reform for ‘final ever gig’ in friend’s memory

First show since 2009 is to honour late ‘Hollyoaks’ actor Kristian Ealey