Yeah Yeah Yeahs Return – Inside This Week’s NME

THE RETURN OF YEAH YEAH YEAHS!

It’s 10 years since New York’s coolest band released their first album and they’ve returned to the city where it all began to re-locate their fire for new record ‘Mosquito’. NME joins them in their local Manhattan where things get very emotional…

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THE BEATLES LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN BEFORE
Stunning and rare black-and-white photos of the Fab Four behind the scenes in their heyday. Includes pillow fights, getting knocked out by Muhammad Ali and Ringo’s beachwear. Watch Yeah Yeah Yeahs explain what The Beatles mean to them in the video below.

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WATCH YEAH YEAH YEAHS, IAN BROWN AND MORE ON WHAT THE BEATLES MEAN TO THEM

GLASTONBURY: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Emily Eavis is in the house to reveal all the details about the new areas, an expert is on board to predict the weather, Justin Young talks about The Vaccines’ preparations for the Pyramid stage and Theo from Hurts gets ready to compete with the Rolling Stones.

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TYLER, THE CREATOR: THE SAGA CONTINUES
Hip-hop’s most notorious young mover-and-shaker releases his latest album, brimming with tales of deep emotion and smoking PCP with Justin Bieber. Should we take it all with a pinch of salt?

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MEET NEW YORK’S HOTTEST NEW PROPERTY
Parquet Courts were welcomed upon British shores lately with enormous buzz. But who are the NYC-based punks? And why are they so critical of The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Merchandise and, well, everyone else?

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METAL GOES TO SOUTH AFRICA
Prepare for metal mayhem in extreme foreign environments as Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon invade South Africa with their new punk noise.

*ALSO! Interviews with Sky Ferreira, Postal Service, Edwyn Collins, Charli XCX, Noel Gallagher, Fryars and Ryan Jarman takes the Braincells quiz. PLUS! British Sea Power’s nautical album launch party and Trent Reznor on how streaming is the future of music.

*Album reviews of Major Lazer, Iron & Wine, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Lil Wayne and more. PLUS! Live reports from Foals, Graham Coxon, Black Rebel Motorcycle, Hurts, Beach House, Superfood, La Roux and London Grammar.

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