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Having spearheaded the new London folk scene with their debut album, there medical Noah and the Whale are back with their hands full up, releasing a new single, album and film out this summer. We talk school plays, Daisy Lowe, weddings, gardening, Werner Herzog in the studio with the effortlessly charming frontman, Charlie Fink.

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Amelia's Mag: You've got a whole host of new releases coming up - single, album, film - how are you feeling about it all, happy/nervous/excited?

Charlie Fink: All of the above… I dunno, we did the album so long ago... From the last album, I realised the only satisfying feeling you're going to get is the feeling you get when you've finished it and you think it's good, that's the best it gets. Reading a review of somebody else saying it's good is good to show off to your mum, but it doesn't really mean anything. Likewise, if there's something you believe in and someone says it's… read more

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