I Don’t Know How But They Found Me take to the cover of this month’s Dork

The last of our nine special edition covers, they stand on the verge of something potentially massive.

Grainy VHS footage? Check. Mysterious figures loitering in the background? Check. Sparkling pop jams with depth and meaning? Check, check and check.

Yep, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me are on the cover of this month’s Dork. As they announce their much, much anticipated debut album ‘Razzmatazz’ – set to arrive this October – we call in with Dallon Weekes, to chart their journey from the days where they denied the band even existed, to the edge of something potentially huge.

They’re the final name for this month’s mag we’re announcing, as we compile some of the freshest, most exciting acts on the planet and give them their very own cover. If you want to find out about the first eight, Cavetown, Arlo Parks, Dominic Fike, mxmtoon, Tate McRae, Wallows, Chloe Moriondo and The Driver Era, follow the links. That’s how the internet works, after all.

Want to know what else is in this issue? You’ll also find new interviews with Everything Everything, The Magic Gang, Aluna and The Lemon Twigs, be introduced to Baby Queen, JP Saxe, Curtis Waters, Alec Wigdahl and Mysie, and get the Dork verdict on new albums from Declan McKenna, The Killers, Bright Eyes and ‘more’.

Available to order today and shipped from 1st September, you can grab a copy now, up there. If you want to subscribe to Dork, get every issue delivered direct to your door, and save money as you go – you can do so right here.

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