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Clash Issue 82: Woodkid

6.99 GBP
What’s in a name? The key to Woodkid is in this self-moniker, just like the wrought-baroque keys inked on his forearms tell a story too. Woodkid’s first album, ‘The Golden Age’, is about growing up. For Woodkid, the tender fabric of childhood is symbolized by the texture of a young tree. Adulthood then calcifies that supple wood into stone: like a marble statue of Daphne, becoming a tree in the Greek myth; like the fate of the child fleeing in the Grammy-nominated video of his track ‘Run Boy Run’. He explains all in his interview with Clash.

Elsewhere in this Fashion Special, Christopher Owens talks love, loss and going solo. And we meet the pop twins that are rekindling dream pop: Say Lou Lou.

Plus: Grimes vs Saint Laurent, Joey Bada$$, Designing David Bowie and a look back at Radiohead's 'Pablo Honey'.

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