With the return of Mac DeMarco, The Black Keys, The National and more, Spring 2019 is shaping up to be an absolute indiehead riot
New Mac Demarco album Here Comes the cowboy is officially on the way.
Acts like The 1975 and Post Malone have conquered the decade, but who has defined it?
This summer Anderson .Paak will set out on the most epic tour imaginable, featuring Mac DeMarco, Earl Sweatshirt, Thundercat, Noname and Jessie Reyez
Ryan Adams will casually throw out three albums and tour the UK and Ireland in 2019 – nothing too prolific, then.
Singer-songwriter extraordinaire Mac DeMarco will release a new album this year and is touring North America from April until October.
Daniel James, who came close to joining Leeds United in January 2019, was in action for Manchester United on Monday.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Eric Dier was left on the substitutes' bench at the weekend, while Oliver Skipp was brought on.
Celtic are said to be closing in on bringing Jordon Ibe to Parkhead to strengthen Neil Lennon's squad.
Liverpool have seemingly made some defensive changes this season.
The Bournemouth winger is being strongly linked with a move to Celtic.
Former Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong could reportedly look to leave Southampton on loan this summer.
Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is said to be considering swapping to a formation which incorporates four defenders.
West Ham United midfielder Manuel Lanzini is reportedly set to be offered a new deal by the club.
Everton will be pushing for the top six this season according to Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville.
Aston Villa have lost their opening two Premier League matches.