The Charlatans

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?'"

Tim Burgess and Peter Hook criticise venues that take a cut of merch sales

“Maybe bands need to ask for a percentage of the bar take”

‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’ review: an era-defining gig that will live forever

The Gallaghers' high water mark is remembered in thrilling, pint-throwing fashion

Artists speak out on Israel-Palestine crisis amid weekend of global protests

"This is utterly heartbreaking. We shouldn’t avert our eyes from what is happening. Regardless of history or politics, this has to stop"

John Lennon’s ‘John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band’ to be featured on ‘Tim’s Twitter Listening Party’

A never-before-seen performance of 'Give Peace A Chance' has also been released online

In a year of lockdown, Tim’s Twitter Listening Parties have been a source of joy

Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess has played a vital role in keeping our spirits up throughout the 12 months since the world went wrong

Tim Burgess reveals he’s working on a new solo album

He's also said The Charlatans will be back in the studio once lockdown restrictions are lifted

20 indie anthems from 2001 that still slap

Let's have a little nostalgia, shall we?
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