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The Lottery Winners talk new album ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ with Shaun Ryder, Boy George and Frank Turner

Thom Rylance also talks mental health, getting a "bollocking" and advice from Johnny Marr, and how he "wasn’t sure whether to give Shaun Ryder a hug or a right hook"

Roxy Music on reuniting, Brian Eno and those Glastonbury 2023 rumours

Guitarist Phil Manzanera also tells us about the chances of new music, booking St. Vincent and Nilufer Yanya as support and what the future might hold

Porcupine Tree share video for ‘Rats Return’ and tell us: “We’re the quintessential cult band”

Singer Steven Wilson tells NME why the trio have ended their 12-year hiatus – but might split up again after their huge Wembley Arena show

The Lightning Seeds on new album ‘See You In The Stars’: “I’d lost confidence in myself”

Check out tour dates and new single ‘Sunshine’ as frontman Ian Broudie explains why it’s taken 13 years to release new music, how The Coral and Terry Hall helped Ian get back on track, and plans for ‘Three Lions’ at this year’s World Cup

The Vaccines on new EP ‘Planet Of The Youth’: “We wanted something fresh for fans coming to the tour”

Check out new song ‘Disaster Girl’ as singer Justin Young talks NFTs, working with Alfie Templeman and his fondness for indie sleaze

The Kooks on new album ’10 Tracks To Echo In The Dark’: “A youthful, fresh spirit is what we are all about”

Check out new EP ‘Connection – Echo in the Dark Part 1’, as singer Luke Pritchard tells us about their critical rebirth with a new generation

The Enemy’s Tom Clarke on their reunion: “We need to do this without the industry”

The frontman tells us how he was "drunk through a lot of the success" in the '00s, but now he's revived and ready to return

Jonny Greenwood on writing the soundtrack for new Princess Diana biopic ‘Spencer’

The legendary guitarist admits “I’m still getting it wrong” with his film soundtracks, and also talks to NME about Radiohead and what's coming for side-project The Smile

R.E.M. share original 1981 mix of ‘Sitting Still’, so we had a chat with their producer

"In some ways, that session feels like it was the earliest days of electricity," producer Mitch Easter says of the Hib-Tone version of the classic

The Kills debut ‘Weed Killer’ video and tell us about B-sides and new music

Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart on new rarities compilation 'Little Bastards' and their next move
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