Music Interviews

Music Interviews

Parkway Drive on working through grief: ‘There’s no handbook to deal with this stuff. You just try to be a good person”

The metalcore dons have released a new tour documentary, 'Viva the Underdogs', and accompanying live album

Banoffee is the wonky-pop extraordinaire turning pain into cathartic hits

After a mammoth world tour with Taylor Swift – and seven years after its origins – Banoffee's storming debut is finally here

NME meets Slipknot’s Clown and Tortilla Man: “There’s been a lot of blood on stage”

"It’s the same dream: get up there for 90 minutes. That’s the closest to God that I’m going to get"

From The NME Archive – Celebrate 15 years of LCD Soundsystem’s debut with this classic interview: ‘Most live bands today are horrible’

Feeling like you want to hug your pals and stay up until dawn? That's probably because LCD Soundsystem released their stellar, self-titled debut album...

CamelPhat on collaborating with Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno and Foals’ Yannis Philippakis for their debut album: “It’s very indie, to say the least”

The Liverpool dance duo also have the likes of Lana Del Rey and one — or both — of the Gallagher brothers in their sights

Savages’ Jehnny Beth tells us how David Bowie and ‘Peaky Blinders’ shaped her wild solo album

"In my core I felt that there was something that I hadn’t done yet – and that was this record"

Courteeners’ Liam Fray: “The band is my life. When it’s not going great, my life’s not going great”

Fray on the road through darkness that led to new album 'More. Again. Forever.'

Weyes Blood on ‘Titanic Rising’, her vital climate change wake-up call: “It’s not music that’s going to save us – it’s activism”

When Natalie Mering – aka Weyes Blood – released ‘Titanic Rising’ last April, it already felt like one of the most vital albums of...