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The Enemy’s Tom Clarke: ‘I’m not the voice of a generation’ – Daily Gossip

Madonna, Kaiser Chiefs, Sugababes – your music gossip stop

Welcome to the Daily Gossip: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s top gossip:

The Enemy‘s Tom Clarke says he finds it annoying when people label him the voice of a generation. “We don’t have the answer, we’re just highlighting the problems,” he explained, adding that the tag was “bollocks”.
Despite the admission, Clarke, whose band’s new album is called ‘Music For The People’, then gave his opinion on where modern Britain is going wrong. “We now need a return to democracy,” he explained. “We just have two political parties which are exactly the same. And that’s why young people don’t vote” (The Sun).

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From the papers:

Madonna is set to star in another ad campaign for Louis Vuitton (The Sun).

Sandi Thom has set up a MySpace page for her dead cat Toots, after revealing that she believed it had been stolen, shot and then dumped. It’s at MySpace.com/justicefortoots (MySpace).

Sugababes singer Heidi Range partied with the Arsenal team at London club Movida after their Champions League win on Wednesday (April 15) (Daily Mirror).

Biffy Clyro‘s Simon Neil says he thinks he’ll be making decent music for 20 years (Daily Record).

From NME.COM users:

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Primal Scream‘s Bobby Gillespie watched AC/DC at London‘s O2 Arena (from Hamish).

Peanut from Kaiser Chiefs was at London Bridge tube station, looking lost, without his hat (from Luke).

Super Furry AnimalsGruff Rhys played a DJ set at London‘s Proud Gallery (from Jamie).

Check back on Monday for the next Daily Gossip. E-mail your spots to news@nme.com.

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