7 Things We Like This Week (22/10/2014)

Each week, NME chooses the best books, clothes, boxsets, DVDs and more that you need to get your hands on. It could be pretty much anything. This week, it’s Belle And Sebastian’s film God Help The Girl to Richard Hawley’s reissues.

T-shirt: Twin Peaks

The Chicago reprobates recently conquered London for the first time with their riled up and raucous rock’n’roll. Prepare for their return to these shores next year with this T-shirt, repping the sports teams of their hometown and their love for getting stoned.

BUY $20, twinpeaks.kungfustore.com

Phone: Nokia Lumia 735

The Nokia Lumia 735 is the first smartphone to be designed with all your selfie-taking urges and video-calling needs in mind – its front-facing camera has an extra-wide angle lens to pack more into your shots. In-built assistant Cortana, meanwhile, keeps track of your meetings, contacts and more.

BUY £189, microsoft.com

DVD: God Help The Girl

Written and directed by Belle And Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch, God Help The Girl stars Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander and Skins actress Hannah Murray, and Emily Browning as musicians trying to find their way in life.

BUY £10, amazon.co.uk

Book: Love Becomes A Funeral Pyre

Journalist Mick Wall reveals the true story behind one of the defining bands of the 1960s, The Doors, in this new book. He explores the real reason behind frontman Jim Morrison’s escape to Paris and how he really died, plus much more.

BUY £20, orionbooks.co.uk

Amp: Orange Crush CR60C

As favoured by the likes of Temples, The Wytches, Bloody Knees and more, Orange amps ensure you stand out onstage without compromising on sound quality. The new Crush CR60C is the brand’s first solid-state amp, with built-in reverb and EQ settings plus dirty and clean channels.

BUY £349, dawsons.co.uk

DVD: The Killing Season 3

Homicide detective Sarah Linden has left her job and old world behind, until the search for a missing girl leads to the discovery of a host of murders linked to one of Linden’s old cases. The former detective is soon drawn back into her previous life in the third series of the US version of the hit Danish TV show.

BUY £21.50, amazon.co.uk

Reissue: Richard Hawley

Former Longpigs guitarist Richard Hawley is releasing his first three solo albums, ‘Richard Hawley’, ‘Late Night Final’ and ‘Lowedges’, on heavyweight vinyl. The records were originally released between 2001 and 2003 and show the Sheffield musician finding his feet as an artist in his own right.

BUY £20 each, setantarecords.com