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Worried that you might have missed on some amazing articles in the last week? Fear not: Sunday Supplement is here to make sure you never miss another feature as we collate all the links you’ll need to read every interview and feature from the past seven days in a handy Sunday supplement. Here’s what you might have missed this week:

Social Room – the indie rockers premiered the video for their latest single SR7, which happens to be a raunchy little black and white number.

Frankie & The Heartstrings – Dave Harper and Michael McKnight talked about learning to accept your own mistakes with Eugenie Johnson ahead of the launch of their latest album Decency.

By Toutatis – we did a special uncut interview with frontman Dan Cochran, discussing the challenges of living in the Middle East and the band’s new EP, The Beasts.

The Monochrome Set – Julian Lee talked to the new wave rockers about prolific songwriting and the pressures of touring after 40 years together ahead of their gig in Stockton.

Ezra Furman – ahead of his gig at the Westgarth Social Club in Middlesbrough, Lee Hammond talked to Furman about his latest album, playing small venues and the influence of Judaism.

PJ Bond – ahead of tiny gig at Newcastle’s Traveling Man Comics, Adam Keys talked to the New Jersey native about his craft.

Cinema Paradiso – the Sage Gateshead were hosting a spectacular gig by the Royal Northern Sinfonia and the Inspiration Choir that performed some of the most memorable of film soundtracks from John Williams to Ennio Moricone, as well as throwing in a few musical numbers too. We spoke to the Inspiration Choir’s musical director about the event.

Doorstep Interviews – this week we chatted to Humanism, ako and The Welcome Party about their work.

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