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Exclusive Interview Video And Competition At XFM!

Xfm have got a world exclusive video interview with Paul Weller to celebrate the release of his new album '22 Dreams'.

The film features Paul Weller talking about his new album and collaborations with other artist's and is not to be missed. It is the most in-depth interview he has given in a long time.

The film is divided into five parts and each segment will be released a day at a time across the week starting with Part 1 this coming Monday, 2nd June, from 10:30am.

Watch the films at from Monday 2nd June.


Yes, the Modfather will be playing Koko in Camden. I know, we can't quite believe it either. Paul Weller in Koko and we've got 100 pairs of tickets to give away. At 3pm, on 21st June, Paul Weller will play as part of the All Day Breakfast to an audience made up of competition winners. Want to be one of those lucky few? Read on...

If you fancy taking in more than just Paul Weller, why not try your luck with some of our other competitions? And remember, each entrant goes forward to our Grand Prize Draw, which could see you bag a pair of golden tickets. That's access to every one of the All Day Breakfast gigs. That's right, you could see Paul Weller, Primal Scream, Feeder and more, all in the space of 24 hours. We'd get the Red Bull in if we were you.

But let's not get ahead of ourselves here. You wanted a pair of tickets to see Paul Weller, right? So answer at the question at the web site HERE. The competition will close on the 17th of June at 12pm. Winners will be contacted by either e-mail or phone.


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