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Q: Foals - May 2019

 
In the new issue of Q, we track Foals across London as the quartet tell us all about their new album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1. Foals have established themselves as one of the most powerful British guitar bands of the modern era, but since we last met them they’ve lost a key member and have been going through some choppy personal waters.

Also in the issue, there’s an exclusive comeback interview with Doves. Almost a decade since the trio undertook a hiatus, they have returned fully refreshed. They welcome Ted Kessler to their studio and reveal far more of their comeback plans than they meant to. Elsewhere, Dave Everley heads to New York to hear how the road to success for Sheffield metallers Bring Me The Horizon hasn’t been an easy ride. For frontman Oli Sykes, it’s been paved with addiction, rehab, divorce and animosity. But, with the quintet bigger than ever, has their singer finally found peace?

The subject of this month’s Cash For Questions is 2-Tone legends The Specials. They reveal an unexpected proclivity for DIY and throw some shade in Madness’ general direction. We head Out To Lunch with Sleeper leader Louise Wener, Mac DeMarco gives us a report on his new record for In The Studio and Taboo star Jessie Buckley tells us about the albums that changed her life. We witness The Wombats as they storm Wembley and bring their rabid fanbase with them, while the Last Word goes to Maggie Rogers. In the Q Review, we run the rule over new releases from These New Puritans, Jenny Lewis and much more.
Q: Foals - May 2019