Music Interviews

BLESSED: Under-the-radar veteran of Aussie hip-hop embraces his “true self”

The early Kid LAROI collaborator formerly known as Miracle returns with a new moniker and genre-busting ‘debut’ album

Fontaines D.C. on receiving their first-ever Grammy nomination: “It was like a phone call from space”

The Irish band tell NME why 'A Hero's Death' has resonated across the globe and how they're now planning to take inspiration from Sinéad O'Connor at next year's ceremony

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Waterparks

Awsten Knight discusses his band’s new concert film 'Fandom: Live In The UK' and their latest single ‘Lowkey As Hell’, as well as sharing his 'Dragons' Den' ideas

Perry Farrell: “I saw through the pandemic that the world really loves music”

The Jane's Addiction singer and solo star on his new boxset and his relationship with the rest of the band

Billie Joe Armstrong on his new covers album, Donald Trump’s defeat and Green Day’s next move

The frontman tells NME about his 'No Fun Mondays' covers album, new Green Day music and how Donald Trump is "holding half the US hostage"

Something For Kate: “Contrary to the bumper stickers, miracles don’t happen”

Paul Dempsey, a man of science in an age of conspiracists, talks to NME about ‘The Modern Medieval’, the band’s first album in eight years

Common on Joe Biden: “You have never heard any other president talking about systemic racism”

The Chicago rapper, actor and activist talks to NME about America’s future, uplifting the people and dropping the ball on a Stevie Wonder feature

Tim Minchin: “I’m compelled to write whimsical shit”

The musical comedian and polymath has arrived with his debut studio album – 20 years after his career began, at a moment of midlife crisis

ARO’s Aimée Osbourne on new video ‘House Of Lies’ and stepping out of her famous family’s shadow

Aimée Osbourne, often known as the quietest daughter of rock's first family, has finally released her debut album. She tells NME why it's time to do things on her own terms