NME Australia Magazine - May 2020

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In the May issue of NME Australia magazine: "over-sharer" G Flip wants the world to know the art and the artist are one and the same, Hayley Mary spells her doubts about livestreams, and, from London in lockdown, the fresh-faced leads of the hit series 'Normal People' talk about sex.



In the age of COVID-19, artists are being asked to share more than ever. G Flip is happy to let people in on the intricacies of her life – as she says, “There’s no difference between G Flip and Georgia Flipo. They are literally the same person”. But sometimes, there are consequences


Jezabels’ frontwoman Hayley Mary tells NME about the process of making her new album, her newfound sobriety and her doubts about livestreams: “I’m letting go of standards on what I thought rock ’n’ roll could be”


Fogged-up camera lenses, brain-melting psychedelic rock and a whirlwind tour of Europe – filmmaker John Angus Stewart tells the story of shooting King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard’s documentary, Chunky Shrapnel


In Normal People, first-time leads Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal have snagged the roles of a lifetime. They tell NME about teen love, awkward sex scenes, their TV adaptation of Sally Rooney’s hit novel – and trying not to fuck it all up

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  • The 1975: ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’
  • Gears Of War’s latest spin-off, Gears Tactics
  • Miiesha: rising soul ’n’ b star with a story to tell
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