Sophie Williams

Wet Leg live in London: a glorious victory lap for the indie sensations

The Isle of Wight duo bring their debut album to life on a big stage, without losing any of their charming eccentricities

Wallice: future alt-pop hero with dark wit and cinematic ambition

A childhood spent in and around the acting circles of LA has lent a Hollywood-style sheen to the Dirty Hit signee’s fizzing and frank pop anthems

English Teacher – ‘Polyawkward’ EP review: lively art-punk with a lyrical edge

With angst and absurdist humour to spare, a winning sense of playfulness pervades the NME 100 stars' debut EP

Fontaines D.C. – ‘Skinty Fia’ review: generational band grapples with heritage

The five-piece ambitiously broaden their style, making for a breathtaking collection that’s like nothing they’ve ever done before

Fontaines D.C.: “People are looking to me for answers. What the fuck do I know?”

The band share their “guilt” at leaving Ireland and talk instant-classic new album ‘Skinty Fia’

Florence + The Machine live in London: an electrifying show of unity and dance

The singer and her band return to an intimate setting

Belako: Basque Country guitar gang with globe-conquering appeal

The quartet – who have supported Liam Gallagher – outline their mission to shake up the Spanish rock scene, starting with their new remix album

Omar Apollo – ‘Ivory’ review: silky songs dripping with serious drama

The Indiana-raised star's storytelling flair combines with emotionally rich alt-R&B, funk-pop and indie on his long-awaited debut album

Father John Misty – ‘Chloë and the Next 20th Century’ review: his imagination runs wild

Mr Tillman’s big band-style visions and bossa nova experiments (yes, really) come to life with thrilling effect

Future Islands live in London: a sparkling testament to communal spirit

The indie heroes mesmerise as they transform their biggest headline show to date into a glorious mega-party
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