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Get Weird is the third studio album from Britain’s premiere girl band, with a thoroughly American production effort shining through from the stand out first single Black Magic. The follow up single Love Me Like You is another hit, with throw back Motown vibes reminiscent of Stooshe’s Black Heart.

Their four voices are all equally as strong and soulful – as evidenced recently on a brilliant Live Lounge mash up of Jason Derulo’s Want To Want Me and Whitney Houston’s I Wanna Dance With Somebody. Derulo himself turns up as a guest vocalist on Secret Love Song, the album’s strongest ballad. Most tracks though, are bangers, with thumping retro beats, like the 1980s feel of Weird People, and tight harmonies are on offer from all the girls in most songs. Writing credits come thick and fast on Get Weird, including from pop stars in their own right John Newman and Jess Glynne, who contributes to the empowerment anthem Grown.

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The Red Issue of Attitude marks World AIDS Day on 1st December, and one of the world’s most successful gay actors Zachary Quinto appears on the cover, with an exclusive interview and shoot. Inside we have an 18 page look at the chemsex problem which has emerged in London’s gay community, and we interview YouTuber Tyler Oakley, legendary broadcaster Paul Gambaccini, pop breakout star Fleur East and author Hanya Yanagihara. Also with the download, you’ll get Attitude’s special Screamers, a 58 page supplement devoted to the horror films and TV shows we know and love.