The new issue of Dork, featuring Shame, is coming this Friday – pre-order now

Not only that, but you can grab an exclusive Jamie Hewlett illustrated cover to celebrate too. Well worth selling your soul for.

From the pubs of South London to the big leagues, Shame have come a long way. We’re delighted to have them back on the cover of Dork for our new March 2023 issue, out tomorrow (10th February).

With their new album ‘Food For Worms’ imminent, they’re a band honing their sound, playing with humour and promising there really is a cameo from Phoebe Bridgers on the album. Honest, there is!

Shame are the second act we’re revealing for our March 2023 issue, following our Gorillaz cover announcement earlier this week. We’ve one more cover act to come later today, plus a line-up of exciting new music, interviews, reviews, and general ‘stuff’ to fill your month.

The new issue of Dork will drop on Friday, 10th February. You can pre-order the Shame edition of Dork here, or pre-order of the Gorillaz edition of Dork 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.

If you like what we do, we’re making available a section of the site for those who wish to support us by signing up to a new monthly or annual subscription package. Different from our previous print-only subscriptions, the Dork Supporters scheme allows you to get early access to all our print content in digital form as soon as the issue launches, read digital versions of every single edition of Dork right back to issue 1, and get occasional exclusive extras too. You can sign up for digital-only or digital + print packages, which will give you immediate access. You can find more information here.

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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