In this issue we fulfil some So Young dreams and journey through one of our most eclectic line-ups yet. We give Lias of the Fat White Family a call to discuss internal band battles, the prospect of legacy and the barriers a lyrically honest band face when growing more popular. We catch up with Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts and discuss his disregard for commercial success. Following the release of their debut EP, we ring the changes to The Magic Gang’s sound and expose their desire for a mega investor. Sunflower Bean exchange views from New York City and tell us why it’s okay to be both ‘reclined’ and ‘dangerous’. We get to know Chilli Jesson as the Palma Violets man answers some quick fire questions, including the song that’s most likely to make him cry and we discover Spring King just before they hit the big time. Issue nine also presents some of the most exciting new sounds 2016 will hear. We interview Black Honey, Trudy, Sweat and Chicago’s Whitney. In a time of disposable music and art, So Young is a printed publication, fully illustrated by emerging and contemporary illustrators. Our limited print runs make So Young an item to be collected and treasured.