What’s that coming over the hill? Nope, not a mid-00s indie disco hit single. It’s a new issue of Upset, obviously. Durr.
Topping charts across the Atlantic, casting aside Bieber and Adele in his wake, Brendon Urie is on a charge. Panic! At The Disco’s new album ‘Death of a Bachelor’ is a 5* certified banger factory. For February’s Upset cover feature, we get inside the head of the crazy genius behind it all with a Really Very In-Depth Indeed interview. Seriously – you could probably get away with submitting it as a dissertation on the modern pop star, if only it wasn’t so – y’know – incredibly interesting.
Elsewhere we’ve got interviews with All Time Low, Tonight Alive, Enter Shikari, Josh Farro, Bury Tomorrow, Yuck, SWMRS, Ghost, The Dirty Nil, Elvis Depressedly’s Mat Cothran, Sorority Noise, Beach Slang, Diet Cig and loads more. Plus, Creeper’s Will Gould takes us inside new EP ‘The Stranger’, we rate all the latest albums and open up our brand new 2016 festival section. It’s as jam packed as ever before. Maybe even more so.
The new February edition of Upset hits the streets next Wednesday (10th February). If you want to be sure to get your hands on one, you can pre-order a copy here and we’ll post one out direct to your door. Or trapdoor. We’re not judging. Whatever living arrangements suit you best.
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