MAGAZINE Issue 06: May 2020

Issue 06: May 2020

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In the May issue of NME Australia magazine: "over-sharer" G Flip wants the world to know the art and the artist are one and the same, Hayley Mary spells her doubts about livestreams, and, from London in lockdown, the fresh-faced leads of the hit series 'Normal People' talk about sex

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NO FLIP SIDE

In the age of COVID-19, artists are being asked to share more than ever. G Flip is happy to let people in on the intricacies of her life – as she says, “There’s no difference between G Flip and Georgia Flipo. They are literally the same person”. But sometimes, there are consequences

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HAIL MARY

Jezabels’ frontwoman Hayley Mary tells NME about the process of making her new album, her newfound sobriety and her doubts about livestreams: “I’m letting go of standards on what I thought rock ’n’ roll could be”

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CAMERA PSYCHEDELIA

Fogged-up camera lenses, brain-melting psychedelic rock and a whirlwind tour of Europe – filmmaker John Angus Stewart tells the story of shooting King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard’s documentary, Chunky Shrapnel

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LOCKDOWN LOVERS

In Normal People, first-time leads Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal have snagged the roles of a lifetime. They tell NME about teen love, awkward sex scenes, their TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit novel – and trying not to fuck it all up

Also In This Issue:

  • The 1975: ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’
  • Gears Of War’s latest spin-off, Gears Tactics
  • Miiesha: rising soul ’n’ b star with a story to tell

This issue will begin shipping the week of 8 June 2020.

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