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A new exhibition in Parliament will showcase photographs of all 209 female MPs
The 27-year-old discusses mythology, mother-daughter relationships and her book of the year
Noonday Dream sounds like a calm swim feels.
The story behind Josh Tillman’s fourth album as Father John Misty aches with a misleadingly comforting familiarity.
Robin Pecknold comes from a breed of thoughtful, emotional Americana musicians who tread carefully with every word they offer.
In 1633, English poet John Donne wrote a poem in which he described being “sucked on country pleasures, childishly” and then another in which he described a “compass” which “grows erect, as that comes home”. No one stuck an “explicit” label on his outrageously dirty poetry – and now he’s taught to GCSE English students across the land.
"I'm not naive: I knew what I had done," says Charlotte Gainsbourg of Rest, her fifth album, her first in six years, and first as a lyricist. Rest is an album fuelled by grief even in its most beautiful moments, something Gainsbourg has had to repeatedly explain.