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Words: George Millington | September 14, 2022

Because of difficulties with his mental health, Sam Fender has had to cancel his planned performances in the United States.

Furthermore, the vocalist of ‘Seventeen Going Under’ said the following on Instagram: “”It seems completely hypocritical of me to advocate discussion on mental health and write songs about it if I don’t take the time to look after my own mental health.”

“I’ve neglected myself for over a year now and haven’t dealt with things that have deeply affected me. It’s impossible to do this work on myself while on the road, and it’s exhausting feigning happiness and wellness for the sake of business.”

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Words: George Millington | September 12, 2022

After reuniting for their 50th anniversary, Roxy Music could appear at Glastonbury 2023, according to rumours.

Roxy Music would most likely take the legends slot, seeing them perform during Sunday tea time.

No formal announcement is to arrive yet, but given that they are back on tour, it is pretty likely that they will be on the festival lineup.

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Words: George Millington | September 8, 2022

According to a statement issued by the band led by Pete Doherty and Carl Barât, Paul Dufour, the original drummer for The Libertines, has died.

The statement said: “Paul Dufour, our much loved drummer from the early days, passed away last night. We are all in great shock and sadness. Sending love and thoughts to Paul’s friends and family. It was honour to play with you Mr Razzcocks. Forever in our hearts x. (sic)”

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