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Jamie T, Alexandra Palace review: south Londoner brings the bounce to a rambunctious night of indie rock

Ten minutes before Jamie T took to the stage for his 95-minute set at a house-full Alexandra Palace, the latecomers were getting out of hand. As several hundred people attempted to move from the food court to the main hall, the lack of access began to cause friction. “This is bulls--t,” said one concert-goer, trapped against a wall. “Calm down,” said his friend, “it’ll be worth it”. Upstairs, the ladies had crashed the gentlemen’s toilets. “We’re smashing the patriarchy,” one interloper said. “Because if we don’t,” said her friend, “we’ll miss Jamie T”.
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Jamie T at Bristol Thekla

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Jamie T at Brighton Chalk

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Jamie T Lands First UK No.1 Album As ‘The Theory Of Whatever’ Hits The Top

South London singer-songwriter and rapper Jamie T has landed his first UK No.1 album with The Theory of Whatever. The new release, his first for six years, ends Harry Styles’ reign with Harry’s House, which had topped the chart for six non-consecutive weeks. The Theory of Whatever is...
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Jamie T – The Theory Of Whatever

Back after a six year gap, much of the Wimbledon singer songwriter’s fifth album is on a par with his best work. The heady days of the late 2000s seem like a long time ago now – a world of snakebite and black, Arctic Monkeys songs about pub fights and taxis home, and gigs seemingly frequented by lads disposing of their tops and throwing their beer in the air.
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Jamie T at Kingston Upon Thames PRYZM Kingston

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Watch the moment Jamie T joined The Libertines on stage in London

Jamie T joined The Libertines on stage at London’s Wembley Arena last night – check out the moment below. Jamie came on for the last song of the set, The Libertines’ ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’ after the band had delivered a career-spanning set earlier in the evening. Libertines frontman Pete Doherty introduced Jamie T as the encore began, before taking Jamie’s hat and throwing it into the audience.
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NME Radio Roundup 9 May 2022: Jamie T, Mahalia, Holly Humberstone and more

Six years on from Jamie T’s last new material (or four, if you count the accidental leak of his B Sides), he’s back with brand new single ‘The Old Style Raiders’. The three minute track was produced by Hugo White of indie heroes The Maccabees, and leads up to T’s fifth album, ‘The Theory of Whatever’. His long-awaited musical return was a must-add to this week’s NME Radio playlist.
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Jamie T returns with ‘The Old Style Raiders’ and announces intimate London show

Jamie T has returned with a new single called ‘The Old Style Raiders’ and announced his first live show in five years. Watch the video below. The song serves as the first preview of the south London singer-songwriter’s fifth studio album ‘The Theory Of Whatever’, which comes out on July 29 via Polydor.
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Jamie T announces new album ‘The Theory Of Whatever’ and shares trailer

Jamie T has announced details of his fifth studio album ‘The Theory Of Whatever’ in a new trailer. In the clip, which you can watch below, the South London singer-songwriter is seen filming himself reading from a brief from his management and sharing snippets from the record. In...
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Jamie T teases new music and announces 15th anniversary reissue of ‘Panic Prevention’

Jamie T has teased the arrival of some new music alongside news of a 15th anniversary reissue of his seminal debut, ‘Panic Prevention’. The South London musician’s critically acclaimed first LP was originally released on January 29, 2007, and was hugely influential on the UK scene, mixing punk, hardcore, rap, and indie; cutting the tracks up with a variety of iconic samples.