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Volume #20

£9.99

Well, would you look at that. Volume #20 is here and tmrw is out of the teens.

Seems like just yesterday we were watching you grow up, fresh-face and naive. Now that you’re an adult, what will you do? Leave home? Get a tattoo? Start listening to house music? You’re all grown up now; the world is your playground.

All that aside, tmrw ’s back and it’s another cracker. Heading up the issue is the awesome, all-conquering Sabrina Carpenter, who’s taken a break from world domination to be our Volume #20 cover star. Alongside the polymathic teen, we have exclusive interviews with Alma, The Magician, Gorgon City, Duke Dumont, Oh Wonder and new-pop it-boy Mura Masa.

Elsewhere, we dive into Hollywood remake culture, christen our era the post-weird and ask the question: is love is racist? Janet Ho shares some of her gorgeous illustrations, while Paladrin, Herschel and I Love Ugly tick the fashion boxes.

tmrw might be all grown up now, but there still be no rest for the wicked. Volume #20 is jam-packed full of all the music, culture and beautiful living and we can’t wait for you to see it. Order your copy now and remember our print content is exclusive to print and doesn’t go online.

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Well, would you look at that. Volume #20 is here and tmrw is out of the teens.

Seems like just yesterday we were watching you grow up, fresh-face and naive. Now that you’re an adult, what will you do? Leave home? Get a tattoo? Start listening to house music? You’re all grown up now; the world is your playground.

All that aside, tmrw ’s back and it’s another cracker. Heading up the issue is the awesome, all-conquering Sabrina Carpenter, who’s taken a break from world domination to be our Volume #20 cover star. Alongside the polymathic teen, we have exclusive interviews with Alma, The Magician, Gorgon City, Duke Dumont, Oh Wonder and new-pop it-boy Mura Masa.

Elsewhere, we dive into Hollywood remake culture, christen our era the post-weird and ask the question: is love is racist? Janet Ho shares some of her gorgeous illustrations, while Paladrin, Herschel and I Love Ugly tick the fashion boxes.

tmrw might be all grown up now, but there still be no rest for the wicked. Volume #20 is jam-packed full of all the music, culture and beautiful living and we can’t wait for you to see it. Order your copy now and remember our print content is exclusive to print and doesn’t go online.