The new issue of Dork, featuring Arlo Parks, is coming this Friday – pre-order

With her debut album 'Collapsed in Sunbeams', Arlo exceeded even the loftiest of predictions. Now, with its follow-up 'My Soft Machine' on deck, she's back bigger and better than ever before.

Arlo Parks fronts the new edition of Dork, set to drop this Friday (10th March).

With her debut album ‘Collapsed in Sunbeams’, Arlo exceeded even the loftiest of predictions. Sweeping up awards and winning over fans far and wide, even when dealing with the difficult stuff, it remained a triumphant force. Now, with its follow-up ‘My Soft Machine’ on deck, she’s back bigger and better than ever before.

You’ll find an exclusive interview and photo shoot with Arlo in the April 2023 issue of Dork.

She’s the second of three cover acts for our latest edition, following yesterday’s announcement of our Sabrina Carpenter fronted variant. We’ll be revealing the other, plus the packed full issue line up, in the run up to Friday’s launch.

You can order the Arlo Parks edition of Dork here, or order the Sabrina Carpenter cover here, and it’ll ship before the end of the month, or subscribe and get the print edition sent directly to your door every month here.

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