What’s in the latest Q?
Take a look at what's inside our all-star issue, including Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, Wiley, Stormzy, Biffy Clyro, Johnny Marr, LCD Soundsystem, Skepta, Royal Blood and more.
Artists on the albums that shaped them.
Wolf Alice's frontwoman on how the 13-year-old her was forever affected by Pink's 2001 album.
Have a listen to this…
Five years after his last run around as Go Kart Mozart, former Felt leader Lawrence is back with a fresh blast of his singular brand of plastic glam pop. Its chintzy neon synths and first-pumping chorus slightly at odds with a lyric detailing the lows of mental illness: “Never cry, never laugh, don’t clean your teeth, don’t have a bath…”
Unseen gems from our recent shoots.
Phoenix, shot by Ed Miles exclusively for Q at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, September 2017. An outtake from their feature in Q379, available to buy here.
Modern classics from the Q Magazine archive, reissued.
Brandon Flowers has the perfect rock singer life. And yet behind the façade, everything started to unravel: his group, his music, his wife. Simon Goddard finds him at the dawn of another Killers album, but also at a crossroads, with band members bailing and his family leaving Las Vegas… are The Killers facing the final curtain?