Fontaines DC

Finneas, Turnstile, Girl In Red, Slowthai, 100 Gecs and more announce Laneway 2023 sideshows

The first half of February is looking positively stacked for Sydney and Melbourne

Laneway Festival 2023 line-up announced: Haim, Joji, Phoebe Bridgers and more

Other artists on the touring fest’s line-up include Finneas, Fontaines D.C., Fred Again.., Girl In Red, Slowthai and Turnstile

Fontaines D.C. talk “lighter” new material and Sam Fender’s epic McDonald’s order

Bassist Conor 'Deego' Deegan III on the dream of collaborating with Fender and Lana Del Rey, and what the future might hold at Reading 2022

Fontaines D.C. at Glastonbury 2022: “We’re up for a Megan Thee Stallion collab”

The band tell NME about winning Best Band in the World and their hopes for a hot girl collaboration

Fontaines D.C. meet family of the late Margaret Keane, who inspired song ‘In ár gCroíthe go deo’

"Who would’ve thought a simple Irish phrase ‘In ár gcroíthe go deo’ would’ve united so many and inspired the first track on their No 1 Album"

Watch Fontaines D.C. bring the moody ‘Nabokov’ to ‘Seth Meyers’

The performance comes a few days after the band had to cancel a show due to vocalist Grian Chatten being diagnosed with laryngitis

Kae Tempest shares emotive new song featuring Fontaines D.C.’s Grian Chatten

It's the last song to be released from Tempest's upcoming new album before release

Fontaines D.C. on winning Best Band In The World at the BandLab NME Awards 2022: “About time!”

“We had to keep telling ourselves we were the best band in the world from the moment we started. And now that someone else has said it, this might be the beginning of the end”
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