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As she prepares to drop her seventh album, Silver Eye, the enigmatic ALISON GOLDFRAPP chats to Attitude


ONE OF THE UK’S FINEST ELECTRONIC OUTFITS IS BACK with a new album that encapsulates the evolution of their sound in one addictive collection. Dancing effortlessly between digitised, bass-fuelled stompers and floating ethereal moments, the new album is a reminder of the enduring cool of Goldfrapp, aka Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory.

Four years since the release of their sixth album, Alison is ready for Silver Eye to take flight. “I like that feeling when it goes out into the world and it’s not yours any more, it’s everyone else’s. It lives and breathes. You’re holding on to it for that long without knowing where and how it exists. I like it becoming everyone else’s property.”

This time Alison has been even more hands-on with the project, shooting the accompanying artwork herself. “Music to me is very much a visual experience,” she says as we look through a selection of photos shot on the black sands and rocky cliffs of Fuerteventura, which was also the location of the video for the album’s first single, Anymore.

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On the cover, Emma Watson and Dan Stevens discuss the gay surprise in the new Beauty and the Beast Also, exclusive interviews with Joan Collins on her new film The Time of Their Lives, Alison Goldfrapp in her most honest interview yet, and BBC news reporter James Longman on life on the frontline. Plus, Turner Prize winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans and ballet’s bad boy Sergei Polunin.