Fickle Friends! The Magic Gang! George Ezra! It’s the brand new issue of Dork, out now!

All your faves are in our latest edition.
Bangers. We bloody love bangers. If it was up to us, we’d shove bangers into our ears, up our nostrils, in our eye sockets. Can’t get enough of them. And nobody – NOBODY – has a banger conversion rate higher than Fickle Friends.

That’s why, as they drop their debut album ‘You Are Someone Else’, we’re welcoming them to the cover of Dork for this first time with our brand new issue, on streets now. Get in the bottles of branded sticky pre-mixed vodka drink, ready the party poppers, grab a disco ball and lock yourself in for a party.

But also drink responsibly and think of the neighbours, yeah?

That’s not all we’ve got for you this month. Obviously, right? All our faves are dropping new records. There’s the long, long, (very, very) long anticipated debut album from The Magic Gang, George Ezra‘s sunny charm, the return of Hinds, a second storming full-length from Sunflower Bean and a Really Bloody Fun new one from Kate Nash. You’ll find all of them in the new issue.

We introduce you to a stellar crop of new names in Hype – Nilüfer Yanya, Fenne Lilly, The Ninth Wave, Sports Team, Thyla and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, if you’re asking, There’s also Alex Lahey, Black Foxxes, Frankie Cosmos, Sea Girls, Rolo Tomassi, Charlie Barnes, Sløtface and loads, loads more.

There’s also two – TWO – separate bits about pop star hair, and a picture of Salem the cat from Sabrina The Teenage Witch. And, if you’re not already convinced, six awesome posters for your wall, featuring original Dork photography of Shame, Pale Waves, Wolf Alice, The Big Moon, Dream Wife and Declan McKenna – you’ll not get them anywhere else.

The new issue of Dork is out now. You can pick it up in venues, record shops, retail outlets and bars around the UK, but if you want to make sure you get a copy you’re best ordering one direct from us below. Even better, subscribe and get every issue delivered direct to your door for the next year. Seriously, it’s worth it.

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