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13 Intimate Backstage And Live Portraits Of Tame Impala, Jarvis Cocker And More

NME photographer Pooneh Ghana has spent the last few years getting exclusive access to some of music’s most exciting bands and now these shots will be made available at her first solo exhibition – running at ThePrintSpace in Lodnon from August 14 to 19. Get a sneak preview with these candid shots…

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Here's Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, relaxing backstage. The pictures decorating the cabin of glorious sky and surf might not be quite up to Aussie standards, but 10 points for effort from the event organisers.

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Wiz Khalifa looking remarkably cheerful as he's swallowed up by a hundreds of excitable fans.

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The happy chaps of Interpol excited for another glorious day.

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Marina Diamandis of Marina and the Diamonds switching things up to gold for the day.

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Here's Adam Bainbridge aka Kindness doing his impression as the most conspicuous spy in history.

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Oi! Fidlar! Camera's this way!

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Action Bronson onstage, displaying a level of facial hair that we can frankly all aspire to.

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Yeah Yeah Yeah's frontwoman Karen O giving a visual interpretation of her punk as fuck credentials.

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Hi Jarvis!

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Shy and retiring types Golden Dawn Arkestra clock in another day at the office.

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Arctic Monkeys, reaching such superior heights of success that they actually physically float above mere mortals now.

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It may looks like Cage The Elephant's fans are reaching up in adulation, but frontman Matt Schultz has actually just instructed them to do their best trunk impressions.
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