Why do music and addiction go hand in hand. Part one: alcohol

An NME and Change Incorporated documentary exploring what can be done about the music industry’s drink problem, featuring Chris McClure (fag-chugging cover star of the Arctic Monkeys’ debut album), Harry Shapiro (author of numerous books about drugs and alcohol, including 2007’s The Essential Guide to Drugs and Alcohol), Adam Ficek (former member of Pete Doherty’s Babyshambles), Jason Williamson (lead singer of Sleaford Mods), Dan Gillespie Sells (lead singer of The Feeling) and more talking about their problematic experiences with the demon booze.

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