May 2021

Featuring Wolf Alice, Squid, Chloe Moriondo, Lava La Rue and loads more.

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This month, we’re delighted to welcome one of the very best bands on the planet back to the cover of Dork. Wolf Alice are an act like no other, something only confirmed by their stunning (yes, stunning – Ed) new album ‘Blue Weekend’. Fast approaching on the horizon for a June 11th release, it’s great to have them back where they belong.

Elsewhere in the new issue of Dork, we’re buzzing off some of the best new talent. There’s the brilliantly weird and wonderful Squid – one of whom is definitely a hen for “non musical reasons”, former Dork cover star and fast rising megastar in waiting Chloe Moriondo, and NiNE8 mastermind and flippin’ fantastic solo artist in her own right Lava La Rue. We’re not done there, though – there’s also Isle of Wight indie darlings Coach Party and Lauran Hibberd, a quick cuppa at The Night Café, the majestic Kero Kero Bonito, K-pop sensation Wonho and the dreamy Dreamer Boy. Don’t say we don’t spoil you.

Add to that our introductions to a whole heap of fresh faces in our essential new music section Hype – including Courting, Boys World, Deb Never and Hauskey – an artist’s guide to Alfie Templeman‘s new mini-album, a day spent with Biig Piig and a random grilling of up-and-coming popster UPSAHL, and there’s enough to keep you busy for another month, right? Right.