The general election’s almost upon us again. As the nation prepares to head to the polls, what about the musicians that have stood for office over the years? Here’s eleven of music’s best (and worst) attempts at running for office, by artists who quickly realised the transition from Wembley to Westminster isn’t an easy one. By Alex Flood.
On November 13th, 1987, The Sisters Of Mercy released their second – and possibly best album, Floodland. Thirty years later, the album still feels just as powerful. After their excellent 1985 debut, First, Last and Always, Sisters […]
Echo and the Bunnymen have unveiled a piano led version of The Killing Moon. The track was originally released in 1984 but will reappear on their new album, The Stars, The Oceans and The Moon, which includes Bunnymen […]