What’s in the latest Q?
On the victory lap. On the ales. On a massive wind-up. In the new issue of Q, out Tuesday 16 January, Q joins Liam Gallagher for three nights of noise and confusion. We report from triumphant shows in Cardiff and Manchester before spending an entertaining afternoon in the pub with Liam in London.
Artists on the albums that shaped them.
The Arctic Monkeys frontman on why The Strokes' 2001 debut means so much to him.
Have a listen to this…
Although they released a collaborative album with Sparks in 2015, it has been almost five years since Franz Ferdinand released a record of their own. The title track of their forthcoming fifth album suggests they are determined to make up for lost time, marrying the spiky guitars of their early material to an old school house groove. A welcome return.
Unseen gems from our recent shoots.
Liam Gallagher and Skepta, captured by Jordan Hughes at the Q Awards, London, October 2017. An outtake from 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?