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Ellen Peirson-Hagger is the New Statesman's culture assistant.
After a six-year hiatus, Bombay Bicycle Club are back with the introspective Everything Else Has Gone Wrong. Jack Steadman and Jamie MacColl talk millennial anxiety, hair loss and the chip they carry on their shoulder.
Following the success of 2017's Love in the 4th Dimension, the London quartet chase maximum emotion on their new album, Walking Like We Do.
The 2019 Turner Prize winner on why he left the UK for Beirut, rising Islamophobia, and how art reveals hidden truths.
The fourteenth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
The thirteenth letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
The results of the Booker and Turner prizes reflect a climate of hesitance and reluctance to commit.
Shooting the Mafia, follows Letizia Battaglia, a fearless photojournalist who faced up to the Cosa Nostra.
A vast new public art project from McQueen captures 76,000 primary school pupils at a crucial point in childhood.
I’m With the Band follows Nasty Cherry – a new rock group put together by Charli XCX – as they try to become “the best band of 2019”. Should we believe the hype?
The Illinois-born author wins this year’s prize for “fiction at its most novel” with her 1,000-page epic.