The Cribs dropped by the NME office to play a very special acoustic performance of their classic song 'It Was Only Love', for a select audience of fans.
The band also had a chat with us about their new album 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull'. They told us it's been "all-consuming" and taken over their lives.
The Cribs played a special acoustic set for NME . Ryan said that there's a "dynamic or synergy that works between the three of us".
Ryan told us that the new album is "a little bit more stripped back" than previous albums.
The Cribs also revealed how the veteran songwriter Robin Gibb inspired them when they were growing up, and has been a lasting influence on their music.
The Wakefield band will play at Reading, August 25, and Leeds Festival, August 26.
The follow-up to 2009’s 'Ignore The Ignorant, ''In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull', features; 'Glitters Like Gold', 'Come On, Be A No-One', 'Jaded', 'Youth', 'Anna', 'Confident Men', 'Uptight', 'Chi-Town', 'Pure O', 'Back To The Bolthole', 'I Should Have Helped', 'Stalagmites', 'Like A Gift Giver', 'Butterflies' and 'Arena Rock Encore With Full Cast'.