Fontaines D.C.

“You start to see how you can make the guitar sound so much bigger”: Fontaines DC on taking things to the next level on...

It’s been a dizzying three years for Fontaines DC, who released their second album A Hero’s Death at the end of July. The Irish band tell us about their love of 60s Fenders, selling out Brixton Academy and how they want to write a “weird as fuck” new album full of bangers.

The Big Listen: Fontaines D.C. – A Hero’s Death

The boys in the better land take an axe to their own image on a murky, brooding second album that establishes a new path for the Dublin five-piece.

Fontaines D.C. share Televised Mind, taken from their forthcoming album A Hero’s Death

The song takes inspiration from The Prodigy, as well as the Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Fontaines D.C. announce 2021 UK Tour

In support of their upcoming record A Hero’s Death.
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The 10 best guitar-driven tracks to hear this week

From sombre post-punk to psychedelic motown and everything in between, this week's playlist has got you covered and then some to sort your midweek blues
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Here are the 10 best guitar tracks to hear this week

A Hero's Death by Fontaines D.C. The Dublin quintet's first single from their sophomore album of the same name, featuring roaring guitars shifting between major...

Fontaines DC are done recording their second Beach Boys-inspired album

The sophomore LP was recorded in LA to capture the full surf-rock vibe.

Fender’s Neil Whitcher on the Mercury Prize nominees involved with Fender Next

Neil Whitcher, Fender's Head of Artist Relations, EMEA, talks about the Fender Next programme and why this year’s nominees are helping develop modern guitar.
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