The new issue of Dork, starring Foals, is out now!

There's also CMAT, Metronomy, Everything Everything, alt-J and more.

The new issue of Dork is out now, featuring cover stars Foals.

Having just announced their new album ‘Life is Yours’ is coming this summer, Yannis, Jack and Jimmy give us the inside track on what might be their most exciting full-length yet. Trust us, it’s worth getting very excited about indeed.

Elsewhere in this month’s mag, there’s our favourite pop star on the planet right now CMAT, sonic scientists Metronomy, the brilliant Nilüfer Yanya, an experimental Everything Everything, alt-J, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Shamir.

In Hype, we’ve got genuine pop sensation Mimi Webb, Priestgate and Youth Sector, plus Spector, Idles, Hatchie, BENEE, NewDad and loads more.

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