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“It’s been boring without me, hasn’t it?” LIAM GALLAGHER RETURNS!
In a world exclusive interview, Q’s Ted Kessler meets Liam Gallagher down his local boozer to hear how the greatest frontman of his generation got his life back together. Liam tells Q how he found himself in crisis after the split of Beady Eye and how he’s making plans for a dynamic new chapter.
On sale from Tuesday 23rd August, the issue also documents the rise of French pop sensations Christine And The Queens as Andrew Perry hears how an encounter with drag queens in London changed the life of their frontwoman Heloise Letissier.
Madchester-influenced trio Jagwar Ma welcome Chris Catchpole aboard their tourbus to tell him how they’d rather get up early to go surfing than go an all-night drug binge and Niall Doherty joins Interpol singer Paul Banks and Wu-Tang Clan head RZA to discover how they came together to form Banks & Steelz. This month’s Q Maverick is Pixies frontman Black Francis, who beckons Q into his hotel bar to reflect on a career that has influenced Thom Yorke, Kurt Cobain, Bono and even Bowie.
Kings Of Leon give us the lowdown on their forthcoming seventh album and there’s an In The Studio update from Green Day about their new record Revolution Radio. The new and improved Q Review section is your music guide for the month ahead as it puts new albums from MIA, Angel Olsen, Wilco, Jamie T, Bastille, and lots more under the scrutiny of the world’s best music writers.
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