Music Interviews

Yuju on her rebirth as a soloist: “Obviously, I’m really worried about doing this alone”

The ex-GFRIEND vocalist opens up to NME about her former bandmates, collaborating with rapper Mad Clown and making “new memories”

Pete Doherty and Frédéric Lo on how French serenity and being drug-free shaped their new album

Check out the single 'You Can't Keep It From Me Forever', as the duo tell us about new album ‘The Fantasy Life of Poetry & Crime’ and new Libertines material

Paddy Considine’s band Riding The Low return: “It’s always been music above everything else for me”

Check out 'Carapace Of Glass' from 'The Death Of Gobshite Rambo', as the 'Dead Man's Shoes' actor talks music, mental health, Arctic Monkeys, Brexit and 'Game Of Thrones'

SEVENTEEN look back on their “unforgettable” 2021: “It made us reflect upon how we’ve been taking things for granted”

2021 was a banner year for the K-pop boyband. The 13-piece discuss with NME the milestones they’ve achieved so far and what else lies ahead in their promising future
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NME Radar Sessions: Singer-songwriter Khally on the peaceful bliss of her Singaporean home of Pasir Ris

How the laidback area in the east of Singapore nurtured this young artist on a quest for a creative identity

Beach House: “Nostalgia is dangerous. There was a lot about ‘00s indie that sucked”

The dream-pop duo have weathered fickle tastes and emerged with the innovative 'Once Twice Melody'

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Twin Atlantic

Frontman Sam McTrusty on the band's new album 'Transparency', the challenges of recording during a pandemic and the "gut punch" of being dropped by their record label

Watch The Wombats’ track-by-track guide to ‘Fix Yourself, Not The World’

Matthew Murphy and Dan Haggis talk us through the trio's fifth studio album

Warren Hue: Indonesian rapper gunning for the title of ‘Boy Of The Year’

The 88rising signee and NME 100 member on being raised by the internet, ‘Shang-Chi’ and Asian representation, and who his rivals are

Orlando Weeks on ‘Hop Up’: “I wanted that cloud nine feeling with every song”

'Hop Up' follows Weeks' 2020 debut solo album 'A Quickening' and shows another side of his experience of becoming a father
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