Andrew Trendell

NME to support Featured Artists’ Coalition 2023 AGM once more

Members of Blur, Wolf Alice, the band formerly known as Easy Life along with LVRA and Cherise will all be speaking to reflect on the challenges of 2023 and the opportunities of the year ahead

Reading & Leeds 2024: Six headliners revealed as first wave of line-up announced

Check out the huge headliners and other acts set to play on R+L's huge bill for next summer

Gossip tell us about their Rick Rubin-assisted return and comeback single ‘Crazy Again’

Check out the band's first new music in 11 years as the indie heroes exclusively tell NME about their new album, 'Real Power'

Johnny Marr: “Bangers? They’re not to be sniffed at”

As he releases his first ever solo Best Of compilation, the icon speaks to NME about finding his own voice, what Billie Eilish has in common with The Cure and the stars that haunt his guitars

Inside ‘Now And Then’: With a little help from AI, The Beatles live again

NME went down to Apple Corps HQ to get the lowdown on their “final song”, the ‘Red’ and ‘Blue’ album reissues, and the second life of the Fab Four

Yard Act share ‘Dream Job’ and tell us about new album ‘Where’s My Utopia?’: “It’s about hope and perseverance”

Frontman James Smith tells about their "party" of a second album, and the wrestle of feeling "very privileged but also struggling"

Foals’ Yannis Philippakis on the “brutal” music he’s written for new play ‘The Confessions’

The frontman tells us about the score and "inspiring" story behind the devastating new Alexander Zeldin play at The National Theatre, and how his long-awaited project with the late Tony Allen is finally nearing completion

Elbow announce 2024 UK arena tour and tell us about their “inky” new album

Guy Garvey tells NME what to expect from the huge shows and their "dark" but "groovy" 10th album, as well as the battle for Manchester's Night & Day and the chances of seeing the band at Glasto 2024