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  1. "Losing her put a lot of things into perspective for me"

    Alana Haim
    Alana Haim.

    Haim have announced a new song due out on Monday (November 18), ‘Hallelujah’, with Alana opening up on social media about the death of her “best friend” who inspired the track. Read More: The NME Big Read: Haim – “The mantra of this record is all about being fearless” The band originally announced the news of […]

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  2. Imagine Dragons took the top rock song of the 2010s

    Twenty One Pilots scored the biggest rock album of the decade with 'Blurryface'

    Twenty One Pilots‘ fourth album ‘Blurryface’ is Number One on Billboard’s ranking of the biggest rock albums of the decade. Read more: The Big Read – Twenty One Pilots: “We want to be the best – and keep everyone else at bay” The record has spent a total of 234 weeks in the chart since its 2015 release, […]

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  3. An animated prequel is on the cards too

    Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller.

    Sin City creator Frank Miller has reportedly struck a deal with US production company Legendary for a new television series of his award-winning graphic novel, with the 2005 film adaptation’s co-director Robert Rodriguez also involved in talks. Miller and Rodriguez will serve as executive producers on the series, according to Deadline. Stephen L’Heureux, who co-produced […]

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  4. It's unclear whether they got the juice too

    Lizzo.

    Lizzo is being sued by the delivery driver the artist had previously alleged stole her food, according to confirmed reports. The singer had previously (September 16) taken to social media to make the claim, directed at the American courier delivery company Postmates who delivered the food. She tweeted: “Hey @Postmates this girl Tiffany W. stole my food she […]

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  5. Brian Eno, Vivienne Westwood and Mark Ruffalo are also among the 30 signatories declaring their support for the Labour leader ahead of next month's general election

    Roger Waters, Robert Del Naja, Thurston Moore.

    An open letter written in support of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has collected 30 signatories from a wide range of high-profile public figures, including musicians Roger Waters, Brian Eno, Thurston Moore, Kate Tempest, Robert Del Naja and Lowkey, NME can exclusively reveal. The support follows the release of a letter from other celebrity names who oppose […]

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