Tim Burgess

Tim Burgess – ‘Typical Music’ review: ambitious, if messy, adventures in sound

The 22-track collection stretches Burgess' songwriting to the extremes and revels in the post-genre era

Tim Burgess on new album ‘Typical Music’: “I’ve always thought I had a ‘White Album’ in me

The Charlatans frontman spoke to NME about his new double album, writing songs for his son and the follow-up to his 'The Listening Party' book

Tim Burgess shares “old-school” new single ‘Sure Enough’ with stop-motion video

The song will appear on Burgess' forthcoming double album 'Typical Music'

Hundreds of venues sign up to not take cut of artists’ merchandise sales – but campaigners want more

“Fans are finding out that this happens, and they hate it. The money that they’re spending isn’t going to the artist as they thought”

Figures from music and entertainment react to Boris Johnson’s resignation

"He will leave huge idiot shoes for the next clown to step into"

Sharon Horgan: “I still give a shit – but way less of a shit than I used to”

The witty actor-writer is focusing on the important things, like getting mashed to the Libs at Glasto

Tim Burgess announces double album ‘Typical Music’ and shares title track

Recorded at Rockfield where The Charlatans' original keyboardist died in 1996

Tim Burgess launches replica ‘How High’ jacket to mark single’s 25th anniversary

"The question I get asked the most about The Charlatans isn't 'How does it feel to headline a festival?', it's 'Where's the jacket from in the 'How High' video?'"

Nottingham’s Rock City waives merch cut at The Charlatans gig

The venue said it was "only fair" to return its traditional cut of merch sales back to the artist, according to Tim Burgess

The Charlatans announce 2022 Australia and New Zealand shows

They'll be celebrating their 32nd anniversary with a six-date tour
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