The new issue of Dork, featuring Gorillaz, Gracie Abrams, Shame and more, is out now

There's also Jockstrap, The 1975, Wesley Joseph, Jessica Winter and loads more.

The March issue of Dork, featuring cover stars Gorillaz, Gracie Abrams and Shame, is out now.

As Gorillaz start a cult, Gracie Abrams delivers a much, much anticipated debut album and Shame continue to be the very best of the UK’s growing ranks of brilliant bands, there’s a bunch more exciting stuff to get your teeth into.

We’re catching up with Jockstrap, who already released one of the standout albums of 2022, and delve deep into Wesley Joseph‘s new project ‘GLOW’. We’re on the road with The 1975 and their amazing, magnificent touring house, and telling you just why Paramore’s new album ‘This Is Why’ is a stone-cold solid classic – one of FOUR five-star releases arriving this month. Yes. Four!

On top of that, we’re catching up with Matt Maltese, The Goa Express, Alexander 23, Swim School, English Teacher and more. In Hype, we’re getting to know Jessica Winter, She’s In Parties and Heartworms, while we’re down the front with Lewis Capaldi, Wallows, Coach Party and more. Plus, all the usual stuff, news and nonsense you’ve come to expect.

The new issue of Dork is out now. You can grab a copy below, or head to our online store here. Alternatively, you can subscribe and get the print edition sent directly to your door every month here.

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And don’t worry if you’re not signing up. You’ll still get everything you did before, as digital versions of our print content unlock to be read free of charge throughout the month. Enjoy!

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