Music Interviews

Sunflower Bean tell us about their celebratory new single ‘Baby Don’t Cry’ and 2022 UK tour

The New York band told NME about the inspiration behind their first new material of the year and how being off the road helped them develop as artists

Dijon: the experimental star making a bid for pop’s top table

The LA-based artist and producer reveals how embracing collaboration was vital for his “utterly bonkers” debut album

AB6IX on how “love stories” from American high school dramas inspired new single ‘Cherry’

The up-and-coming K-pop quartet talk their ambitious second full-length album ‘Mo’ Complete’, and how the record reflects their creative colours

The Zutons’ Dave McCabe on working with Nile Rodgers on the band’s first album in 13 years

The returning Liverpool band’s frontman spoke to NME about getting back in the studio and Paul Weller’s verdict on their new songs

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Kid Bookie

Next month, South East Londoner Kid Bookie will release his cathartic debut album ‘Cheaper Than Therapy’. The genre-spanning record offers rage-fuelled, screamo-trap-metal anthems that...

The rise of creative titans 88rising: “Asian people have wanted this for a long time”

The record label and media company is on world-beating form

ATEEZ talk exploring their “sexy side” on ‘ZERO : FEVER Part.3’ and the return of MINGI

The boyband also spoke to NME about ‘Kingdom: Legendary War’, and what they learned from senior groups like BtoB and iKON

Martha Skye Murphy: theatrical avant-folk from a lifelong original

Get to know Martha Skye Murphy, who collaborated with Nick Cave as a teenager and is now striking out as a thrillingly intense solo artist

Priestgate: gothic dream pop to crush small-town boredom

Priestgate explain how their rural roots forged their glimmering dream pop

Suki Waterhouse signs to Sub Pop and tells us about her ‘Thelma & Louise’-inspired new song ‘Moves’

The actor and musician spoke with NME about linking up with the legendary label, playing her first festival and her gorgeous debut album