county Love: Last News


All news where county Love is mentioned
Here’s every song in ‘Sex Education’ season four
Sex Education officially comes to an end with its fourth season.Created by Laurie Nunn, the Netflix show’s final season picks up as Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) face setting up a new sex clinic at Cavendish Sixth Form College.Otis, meanwhile, is also struggling with the distance between him and Maeve (Emma Mackey), who is studying at the prestigious Wallace University in the US.New cast additions for the final season include Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham, Lisa McGrillis, Marie Reuther, Jodie Turner Smith and Eshaan Akbar.Like with past seasons, Ezra Furman is a key contributor to the soundtrack, including three new tracks titled ‘You Like Me’, ‘Tether’ and ‘Honeycomb’.The rest of the soundtrack includes various other artists, ranging from The Cure, Nina Simone, Confidence Man and Pearl Jam.You can check out an episode-by-episode breakdown below.Episode one‘Take Care Of Business’ – Nina Simone‘Close To Me’ – The Cure‘Vicious’ – Fat Girls‘Boyfriend (Repeat)’ – Confidence Man‘Lilac and Black’ – Ezra Furman‘Any Way The Wind Blows’ – The Cold Stares‘Rain Or Shine’ – Five Star‘Forever In Sunset’ – Ezra FurmanEpisode two‘What So Never The Dance’ – Bootsy Collins‘China In Your Hand’ – T’Pau‘Work That Body’ – Diana Ross‘I’m Coming Home’ – The Staple Singers‘Do The Evolution’ – Pearl Jam‘Hold On I’m Comin’ – The Voltage‘I Believe In Miracles’ – Jackson Sisters‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ – The StoogesEpisode three‘She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina’ – Buffy Sainte-Marie‘Way I Walk’ – The Cramps‘Dance Across The Floor’ – Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne‘Feels Like I’m In Love’ – Kelly Marie‘Respectable’ – Mel & Kim‘New Radio’ – Bikini Kill‘Love Vibration’ – ESSEL‘Cleo’ – Shygirl‘Strut’ – Elohim & Big Freedia‘BANG’ – COBRAH‘O
Courteeners and The Libertines play rowdy relaunch of Club NME with Ladbrokes Live
Courteeners played the relaunch of Club NME with Ladbrokes Live this weekend (September 15) in London.The Manchester band performed a career-spanning greatest hits set at London’s EartH, followed by a surprise DJ guest set from The Libertines’ Carl Barat and Gary Powell to close the evening alongside DJ Rowena.Tickets were free to punters who queued around the street to guarantee entry, reintroducing the classic indie disco night that first launched in 2005 and became a staple of the club scene from London to Sao Paulo and beyond.Taking to the stage for their first London show since March, Courteeners launched into cuts from 2013 album ‘Anna’ including ‘Are You In Love With A Notion?’ alongside classic ‘St Jude’ hits like ‘Cavorting’ and more.The band played fan favourite ‘Sycophant’ from 2010’s ‘Falcon’, a song that frontman Liam Fray admitted he’d not “sung that one for a long time”. A rowdy crowd that had travelled from across the country climbed on shoulders for ‘The 17th’ from ‘Mapping The Rendezvous’, and ‘St Jude’s ‘Not Nineteen Forever’ and ‘What Took You So Long?’The Libertines’ Barat and Powell joined for a secret DJ set, which included mash-ups of The Killers and Gorillaz, alongside hits from Beastie Boys and more in a vibrant set.Speaking to NME prior to the show, Courteeners’ Liam Fray commented on their upcoming music.