The Libertines Reform For Reading And Leeds – Inside The New NME

The new mag’s on sale from Wednesday 31 March – the first acts are revealed for Reading and Leeds and we’ve got the only interview with The Libertines who are back together for the festival.

Carl and Pete talk about the reunion…


Elsewhere, we’ve got the inside track on Suede’s comeback gigs.

Read all about the best festival the other side of the pond in our South By South West Radar special.

It’s the battle of indie Britain with Kasabian, The Cribs and The Courteeners up against each other.


We give our verdict on David Byrne and Fatboy Slim’s new offering.

And check out what else we’ve been listening to in our weekly feature…


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