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If her record company’s blanket-bombing advertising campaign hasn’t put you off by now, you may want to know if Lissie’s second album can measure up to 2010’s brilliant and criminally underrated Catching a Tiger.

Top 10 greatest misheard lyrics

Well, it’s about time. The good people at the Wellcome Trust charity have given £60,000 to the Clerks choral ensemble to explore the science of misheard song lyrics. The initiative hopes that the research into mistaken song words – otherwise known as mondegreens – will give a clearer understanding of how we perceive music.

The Bonus Track: Damon’s 'Song of a Gypsy', The Roots do Sesame Street and Nina Nesbitt

A sideways look at the world of music

Album review: Haim, Days Are Gone (Polydor)

After a year of generating enough buzz to suggest a reversal in the decline of the world’s bees, LA’s three sisters Haim are now familiar enough to seem like two bands.

Bat For Lashes' Natasha Khan performing live

Music review: Bat For Lashes - Natasha Khan channels an eclectic mix of influences in London

Three albums in, and at the age of 33, Natasha Khan has been in the game long enough, to cultivate a rich, distinctive sound. Debut album Fur and Gold was well-received, but follow-ups Two Suns and last year’s The Haunted Man - which consolidated her phantasmagorical sound into an effortless, distinctive whole - gained real critical acclaim.

Keep cool and covered with a kimono-style wrap

iStyle: Japanese whispers

Keep cool and covered with a kimono-style wrap at the beach this summer, says Naomi Attwood

Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks

Fleetwood Mac add extra 02 Arena date to 2013 tour

Fleetwood Mac will play an additional O2 Arena show due to demand as part of their much anticipated UK arena tour.

Fleetwood Mac to go their own way performing new songs on tour - and fans outraged at 'tickets that cost more than my rent'

Fans might clamour for the hits from Rumours but Fleetwood Mac will perform new material on their forthcoming tour.

Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks

Album review: Fleetwood Mac, Rumours: Super Deluxe Remastered Version (Rhino)

Pitch-perfect pop before they went their own way

My Fantasy Band: Marcus Haughton Theme Park

'He's a bit of a curveball. We'd have to rein him in a bit'

Don't stop? 'Fleetwood Mac will tour until we drop dead' says Stevie Nicks

The 64-year-old singer has confirmed a 34-city tour next year

The Saturday Quiz answers

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Ladyhawke, HMV Forum, London

When Ladyhawke – aka New Zealander Phillipa Brown – fired onto the electropop scene in 2008 with an addictive self-titled first album, the hype was off the scale. Her name was mentioned in the same breath as Lady Gaga and La Roux and endorsements came thick and fast – including one from Kylie Minogue.

Hot Chip, Brixton Academy, London

Anyone still ready to dismiss Hot Chip as geeks or middle-class ironists would be disabused of that notion as soon as the south London five-piece appear.

Fleetwood Mac's Bob Welch commits suicide

Bob Welch, a former member of Fleetwood Mac who went on to write songs and record several hits during a solo career, committed suicide at his Tennessee home, police said.

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