The Mercury-winning band's guitarist spent his down time post-tour volunteering at a north London food bank. Now he’s releasing an album of folk instrumentals to raise money and awareness. We speak to him, and to centre manager Abi Odujoko, about the scourge of food poverty – and how it’s immeasurably worse now.
From the man who brought us Money Heist and the people who made The Crown comes an Ibiza-set thriller – a Netflix series involving a party snake, a white peacock, a dead DJ, big tunes and, of course, drugs. Hoover up White Lines for the Med-for-it holiday you won’t be getting this year.
With brilliant new album A Hero’s Death, the quickfire follow-up to 2019 breakthrough Dogrel, the Irish band refuse to rest on their laurels, lockdown or no lockdown.
Mike Skinner shows us round his lovely front room, and round his first new album in almost a decade: None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive. Where’s he been? “All artists are really quite away with the fairies,” he explains. “which is a good thing.”
As the founder of XL – the British record label that brought us The Prodigy, Dizzee Rascal, Adele, The White Stripes, Tyler, The Creator and more – releases his new multi-artist album under the name Everything Is Recorded and publishes his memoir, we take you on a wild ride through 30 years of groundbreaking music.
With a Glastonbury-shaped hole in our summer, The Face team reminisce on the best sets from the last 50 years.
Disney+ launched this week. But before we get stuck into Bambi, we got stuck into the hugely hyped Star Wars spin-off. Did it deliver? Is the Emperor a Sith?
Sitting down and opening up with Haim ahead of the release of their revelational new album. “We didn’t mean it to be this way,” they say, “but it ended up being our most personal record.”
Will AJ’s fists of fury beat Tyson Fury? “Hundred per cent. Hundred per cent.” You heard it from the horse’s mouth.
Volume 4 Issue 003: From Peter Pan to playing Ned Kelly via 1917, The Face speaks to the world’s most exciting young British actor.
Review: Who says the guitar is dead? No one in The Roundhouse, Camden, London last night.
A brilliant Face-commissioned film with a straight-up title hit Sundance, then Clermont-Ferrand, then Vimeo. But is that the whole story?
Ready for his close-up, with solo project EOB and his first ever solo interview.
Picking some cotton and pulling no punches: the designer, artist and co-founder of No Vacancy Inn on his collaboration with Levi’s.
From Italian premium lager to a jazzy Norwegian IPA, from Brewdog to Brooklyn, from drinkables to edibles… presenting The Face’s superbowl of no-alcohol beers.
As it returns for a second season, the writer of Netflix’s hit comedy-drama explains how she brings her show – and her brilliant characters – to a climax on repeat.
Meet the biggest new musical talent of the year, already.
Forget Firth and Cumberbatch. Sam Mendes’s award-winning First World War blockbuster is all about the young actors on a life-or-death mission between the trenches – and Dean-Charles Chapman is the Essex lad leading from the front.
The White House Farm killings – which saw Bamber convicted of shooting dead his family at the age of 24 – were one of the most notorious British crimes of the Eighties. How does an actor prepare for that kind of role – especially when, 34 years later, the murderer still insists he’s innocent?