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Ubiquitous Aussie chart-topper Dance Monkey ended the last decade becoming one of the biggest hits of all time. Based on the quirky and - hurrah! - sometimes queer content on Tones And I’s debut EP it wasn’t a fluke either. Title track, The Kids Are Coming might remind you just a smidgen of Billie Eilish’s Bad Guy, though the angry future generation words could easily have been penned by Greta Thunberg. On the other four tracks, former Byron Bay busker Toni Watson tackles a range of hot topics: contemplative post-rave Colourblind; absent dad ballad Jimmy; and perky battler singalong Never Seen The Rain. Most impressive of all though is LGBT-themed Johnny Run Away, written about her best friend’s coming out, which hints at the depth of this remarkable new artist. While Dance Monkey might have been her golden ticket to pop glory, T&I is definitely here for the long haul.

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On the cover this month is Hollyoaks' hunk, David Tag. He reveals what he thinks of his DILF status and what he wears to bed! Other hunks this issue include the hot and hairy Ben Dudman, Ivan G naked on a beach and Aussie boy Luke in his "party wear". Seriously, we look at the looming crisis for the LGBT world in Uganda and across Africa. And we review a full-on documentary about Israeli performer, Jonathan Agassi. Pet Shop Boys deliver their most revealing interview ever – will Chris come out? Have they ever been a couple? What's their new Berlin-inspired album about? Pop queens Dua Lipa and Kesha are profiled and outrageous drag DJs The Jawbreakers tell us: "If you have money, we have a talent!" Plus we learn all about Nova Gina, Australia's "faboriginal" Indigenous drag star. Plus all your favourite regular reviews and columns!