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The Linda Lindas announce second album ‘No Obligation’ with punchy new single ‘All In My Head’ - www.nme.com - Los Angeles
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17.07.2024 / 07:46

The Linda Lindas announce second album ‘No Obligation’ with punchy new single ‘All In My Head’

The Linda Lindas have announced their sophomore album ‘No Obligation’, and have shared a new single ‘All In My Head’ – check it out below.Yesterday (July 16), the Los Angeles rock band took to social media to announce ‘No Obligation’, which is due to arrive on October 11 via Epitaph Records.

Taylor Swift Eras Tour: Where to get final remaining last-minute tickets for August Wembley Shows - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - London - USA - Manchester
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16.07.2024 / 18:22

Taylor Swift Eras Tour: Where to get final remaining last-minute tickets for August Wembley Shows

Taylor Swift is no stranger to breaking records, especially on her Eras Tour. The American popstar became the first people to earn more than $1 billion (£770m) in ticket sales and broke attendendance records in June when she played Wembley Stadium for three consecutive nights before jetting off to Europe to play gigs across the continent.

Paul Heaton adds more dates to 2024 UK tour, announces new special guests Lightning Seeds - www.nme.com - Britain - county Hall - Manchester - city Aberdeen
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16.07.2024 / 10:05

Paul Heaton adds more dates to 2024 UK tour, announces new special guests Lightning Seeds

Paul Heaton has added extra dates to his forthcoming UK tour, and confirmed that Lightning Seeds will be joining him as special guests for one of them.The performances will all take place later this year, and come in support of The Housemartins and Beautiful South legend’s new album ‘The Mighty Several’.Set for release on October 11 – and available for pre-order here – the project has been produced by Ian Broudie and follows his 2022 LP ‘N.K-pop‘ with Jacqui Abbott.Originally, the tour dates were set to kick off in Bridlington on November 29, and make stops in Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham, Newcastle and more, before concluding with two back-to-back shows at London’s Eventim Apollo on December 10 and 11.Now, the tour has been extended as Heaton has added three extra shows to the schedule. These include a stop at the P&J Live venue in Aberdeen on Friday, December 13, and a new gig at the Civic Halls in Wolverhampton.

The car boot sale with 'good vibes, some of Manchester’s finest DJs' and a legendary name behind it - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - London - Manchester
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15.07.2024 / 06:55

The car boot sale with 'good vibes, some of Manchester’s finest DJs' and a legendary name behind it

As a teenager during the 1970s, Wayne Hemingway MBE would make the weekly pilgrimage from Blackburn to Greater Manchester to sneak into the type of clubs, like Wigan Casino, that are still thought of fondly today.

Idris Elba says he wants to collaborate with Doja Cat - www.nme.com - Britain - France - USA
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13.07.2024 / 06:10

Idris Elba says he wants to collaborate with Doja Cat

Idris Elba has said that he’s got his eye on a collaboration with Doja Cat.The actor, who also raps and DJs, told The Sun’s Bizarre column that the US rapper is among his dream artists to work with.He said: “I’d really like to work with Doja Cat, she’s amazing. I’d also like to work with Black Coffee, he’s amazing.

Warmduscher announce fifth album ‘Too Cold To Hold’ with stylish new single ‘Fashion Week’ - www.nme.com - Britain - South Africa
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13.07.2024 / 00:11

Warmduscher announce fifth album ‘Too Cold To Hold’ with stylish new single ‘Fashion Week’

Warmduscher have announced details of a new album, ‘Too Cold To Hold’. Pre-order the LP and check out their lead single ‘Fashion Week’ below.Announced today (July 9), the project marks the fifth full length album from the British post-punk band, and will be their frist release since signing to Strap Originals.

Major star engaged! Actress left a 'weeping mess' as West End star boyfriend Jamie Bogyo pops the question - www.ok.co.uk - county Andrew
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12.07.2024 / 23:20

Major star engaged! Actress left a 'weeping mess' as West End star boyfriend Jamie Bogyo pops the question

Back to Black star Marisa Abela has revealed she's engaged to West End star Jamie Bogyo.The actress, who rose to fame after playing troubled songstress Amy Winehouse in her biopic, admitted she was a "weeping mess" in an adorable Instagram post. Moulin Rouge! actor Jamie shared sweet pictures and clips of the moment, captioned: "She said she’ll think about it!", with Marisa commenting: "A weeping mess." Paying tribute to the late singer Amy, whom Marisa became a household name portraying, the pair celebrated their engagement on Primrose Hill, which features in the film as one of the Rehab singer's favourite spots. Marisa could be seen jumping into Jamie's arms in delight after he got down on one knee.

The first trailer for ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ teases a huge new character - www.nme.com - USA - county Harrison - county Ford
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12.07.2024 / 20:55

The first trailer for ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ teases a huge new character

trailer for Captain America: Brave New World has arrived, teasing plenty of action, multiple new enemies, and the Red Hulk – you can watch it above.The fourth film in the series, Brave New World sees Anthony Mackie return as Sam Wilson (aka The Falcon), who has since taken on the mantle of Captain America after Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) peacefully retired at the end of Avengers: Endgame.Following on from the events of The Falcon And The Winter Solider, the new film sees Sam tasked with forming a new Avengers team by newly-elected US president Thaddeus ‘Thunderbolt’ Ross (Harrison Ford, who replaces the late William Hurt).The cast includes Danny Ramirez as Joaquin Torres, Tim Blake Nelson as Samuel Sterns (aka the Leader), Shira Haas as Sabra, Carl Lumbly as Isaiah Bradley, Liv Tyler as Betty Ross, and Giancarlo Esposito as a mysterious villain. Xosha Roquemore, Seth Rollins, and Rosa Salazar also star.In the action-packed two-minute teaser, Thaddeus informs Sam that he wants to officially relaunch the Captain America program for the military.

Paloma Faith addresses the criticism female acts faced during Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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12.07.2024 / 20:35

Paloma Faith addresses the criticism female acts faced during Glastonbury 2024

Paloma Faith has hit out at critics of Glastonbury 2024’s female performers, calling the social media response “absolutely appalling”.Faith, who performed on the Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 30), mentioned artists such as Little Simz, Janelle Monae, Dua Lipa and SZA in a post responding to backlash levelled at female artists over the weekend.Dua Lipa, who performed on Friday (June 28) was accused of miming, while SZA’s headline slot on Sunday was plagued by audio issues and an uncharacteristically small crowd.The day after performing her comparatively smoother set, during which she covered Amy Winehouse, Faith took to X/Twitter to say: “The way people criticise the women who performed at @glastonbury online is absolutely appalling.”The way people criticise the women who performed at @glastonbury online is absolutely appalling.I think people need to understand that women are not on stage to be ridiculed and shamed we are there in all our boss bitch power and we stand by one another.GIVE WOMEN A BREAK pic.twitter.com/goleam3XQY— Paloma Faith (@Palomafaith) July 1, 2024Personally I watched women perform my fave shows of Glastonbury @LittleSimz @JanelleMonae @sza and @DUALIPA were my faves for entertainment power and talent that I managed to catch this year and Janelle's speech about marginalised Communities got me in the heart.— Paloma Faith (@Palomafaith) July 1, 2024 “I think people need to understand that women are not on stage to be ridiculed and shamed we are there in all our boss bitch power and we stand by one another.

Courteeners announce seventh album ‘Pink Cactus Café’ with “feel good” new single ‘Solitude Of The Night Bus’ - www.nme.com
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12.07.2024 / 14:07

Courteeners announce seventh album ‘Pink Cactus Café’ with “feel good” new single ‘Solitude Of The Night Bus’

Courteeners have announced their seventh album ‘Pink Cactus Café’ and have shared their new “feel good” single ‘Solitude Of The Night Bus’.‘Pink Cactus Café’ marks the band’s seventh studio effort and is set for release on October 25 via Ignition. As the album’s first offering, Liam Fray and co have shared it’s lead single ‘Solitude Of The Night Bus’, an upbeat track that sees the band return to their indie origins.Speaking about the song in a press release, Fray shared: “This came at a time of real questioning. Things weren’t going particularly well.

Glastonbury 2024: this is what happened on Sunday - www.nme.com - George - Slovakia
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01.07.2024 / 03:41

Glastonbury 2024: this is what happened on Sunday

Glastonbury 2024 has come to an end – the Worthy Farm festival saw out its last day with the likes of Shania Twain, Janelle Monáe, Avril Lavigne and of course, headliner SZA. Catch up on everything that happened with our news recap below.Paloma Faith took the Pyramid Stage in the afternoon, and after saying, “We love you Amy, you’re here in spirit,” launched into a cover of Amy Winehouse’s 2007 hit ‘Back To Black’.Indie rock artist – and NME Cover star – Blondshell debuted two new songs at Glastonbury, one of which is titled ‘T&A’, which musician Sabrina Teitelbaum told the crowd “stands for tits and ass”.Avril Lavigne has been in the music business 22 years (her debut album ‘Let Go’ was released in 2022).

Here’s everything Justice played at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - France
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Here’s everything Justice played at Glastonbury 2024

Justice have closed out Glastonbury‘s West Holts stage with a spectacular set – here’s everything they played tonight (June 30).The French electro-house duo returned to the festival seven years after they last performed at the West Holts stage in 2017. This year, they played through their most recent album ‘Hyperdrama‘, with hits including their Tame Impala collaboration ‘One Night/All Night’.They also brought back old classics including ‘D.A.N.C.E’ and ‘Genesis’, both taken from their seminal debut self-titled album (2007).After an electrifying light show and over an hour of invigorating basslines, the DJs then concluded their show with ‘Neverender’, where they walked into the crowd and at one point stood on the shoulders of festival-goers to raucous applause.Take a look at a snippet of Justice’s triumphant closing show here and check out their setlist below:Given up on SZA.

Here’s what Romy played at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - USA
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30.06.2024 / 22:47

Here’s what Romy played at Glastonbury 2024

Romy has graced Glastonbury‘s Woodsies stage today (June 30) with a lush, romantic setlist – here’s what she played this year.The xx member took to Woodsies a day after her surprise appearance with Jessie Ware to play through hits from her latest album, ‘Mid Air‘, including ‘Enjoy Your Life’ and ‘She’s On My Mind’.Romy took to the stage at the beginning of her set to congratulate the crowd for making it to the last day of the festival: “You’ve made it to Sunday, you’re all legends… let’s keep it going!”She also acknowledged her performing on the last day of Pride, adding: “This is for all my queers in the crowd… Let’s go lesbians!”Along with her remix of Ariana Grande‘s ‘Into You’, Romy also covered The xx’s ‘Angels’, before closing out with her Fred again.. collaboration ‘Strong’.

Glastonbury 2024: Paloma Faith covers Amy Winehouse in triumphant Pyramid Stage set - www.nme.com
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30.06.2024 / 14:57

Glastonbury 2024: Paloma Faith covers Amy Winehouse in triumphant Pyramid Stage set

Paloma Faith made the Pyramid Stage her own and paid tribute to Amy Winehouse with a ‘Back To Black’ cover at Glastonbury 2024.Faith’s Glastonbury set ran from 13:45 to 14:45 this afternoon (June 30), between performances from Seasick Steve and Shania Twain.Faith began with her cover of Cass Elliott’s ‘Make Your Own Kind of Music’ before saying, “We love you Amy, you’re here in spirit,” and launching into Winehouse’s 2007 hit.After Faith performed ‘Bad Woman’, the second single from her latest album The ‘Glorification of Sadness’, released in February, she gave an emphatic speech in which she dedicated the song to single mums: “I know it’s hard, I’m doing it!” she said, bemoaning that girls are told, “Be a good girl, always behave’, [because] it’s not right.

Rianne Downey joins Paul Heaton on stage at Glastonbury - www.nme.com - county Cook - county Norman
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29.06.2024 / 20:13

Rianne Downey joins Paul Heaton on stage at Glastonbury

The Housemartins legend Paul Heaton onstage at Glastonbury 2024 – watch footage below.During his set at the Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 28), Heaton was joined by Downey, who later took to X/Twitter to express her gratitude.“I just played the Pyramid Stage ✨

Glastonbury 2024: here are the biggest headlines from Friday - www.nme.com - Indonesia - county Early - county Cook - county Norman
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29.06.2024 / 02:31

Glastonbury 2024: here are the biggest headlines from Friday

Glastonbury 2024’s first full day of performances (Friday, June 28) is at an end – from the likes of Damon Albarn and Kevin Parker making guest appearances to SEVENTEEN’s historic performance, here are the day’s biggest headlines.Early in the day, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker stoked rumours he’d appear on stage with Dua Lipa – whose latest album ‘Radical Optimism’ he had many production credits on – when he confirmed a surprise DJ set at Silver Hayes’ Firmly Rooted Soundsystem at 1am.Metal trio – and NME Cover stars – Voice of Baceprot became the first Indonesian band to play at Glastonbury, kicking off the day’s entertainment at the Woodsies stage. Read NME’s interview with Voice of Baceprot about the milestone – and why they initially thought Glastonbury was “out of reach”.Pledis boyband SEVENTEEN made history as the first K-pop group to perform at Glastonbury, giving the Pyramid stage a jubilant, colourful set.

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what Fontaines D.C. played - www.nme.com - Ireland - Dublin - county Cook - county Norman
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28.06.2024 / 23:53

Glastonbury 2024: here’s what Fontaines D.C. played

Fontaines D.C. have closed out the Park Stage on Friday night at Glastonbury 2024 – here’s what they played.The Dublin band performed to a packed Park Stage, as throngs of festival-goers crowded around the stage to see the last performance of the night.

Dua Lipa brings out Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker at Glastonbury - www.nme.com - Ireland - county Cook - county Norman
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28.06.2024 / 22:51

Dua Lipa brings out Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker at Glastonbury

Dua Lipa and Tame Impala‘s Kevin Parker have performed together at Glastonbury 2024 – watch footage of the performance below.Relatively early into her Pyramid Stage-closing performance on Friday (June 28), the pop singer brought out her Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker – with whom she collaborated for her latest album ‘Radical Optimism’. Together, they performed Tame Impala’s ‘The Less I Know The Better’.Watch footage of the collab below.DUA LIPA E KEVIN PARKER CANTANDO THE LESS I KNOW THE BETTER PQP Q COISA PERFEITA pic.twitter.com/XlZJdjn5NS— lipe (@dualivie) June 28, 2024Prior to the collaboration, she performed songs like ‘Training Season’, ‘One Kiss’, ‘Illusion’, ‘Break My Heart’, ‘Levitating’ and ‘These Walls’ among others.The first day of Glastonbury 2024 has been an action-packed affair: boyband SEVENTEEN made history as the first K-pop group to grace the Pyramid Stage, while Irish folk band The Mary Wallopers played Glastonbury for the second year in a row this afternoon, moving up to the Park Stage from the Crows Nest and Acoustic Stage.Elsewhere, Paul Heaton and Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim) had a mini Housemartins reunion, as they performed the 1986 hit ‘Happy Hour’ during Heaton’s Pyramid Stage set.

Scots singer takes to Glastonbury's iconic pyramid stage alongside music legend - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - Scotland
dailyrecord.co.uk
28.06.2024 / 21:33

Scots singer takes to Glastonbury's iconic pyramid stage alongside music legend

A Scots singing sensation has continued her upward trajectory after taking to the iconic pyramid stage at Glastonbury this weekend alongside a British music legend.

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