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Kyle Walker explains twist of fate that led to conceiving second baby with Lauryn Goodman

Kyle Walker and Lauryn Goodman have been caught up in a legal tussle this week, slinging accusations back and forth as they negotiated financial arrangements for the two children they share. Earlier this year, England's defender Kyle, 34, spilled the beans on the rather unusual turn of events that led to him fathering a second child with his intermittent flame in October 2022. Ex On The Beach star Lauryn is the mother to two of Kyle's six children, a son named Kairo, four, and a daughter, known as K, who was born in August.The Manchester City star shares four sons with his on-off wife Annie Kilner.

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Benefits announce 2024 UK and European tour: “It’s going to be epic”
Benefits have announced they’re embarking on a UK and European tour this autumn.Taking to Instagram, the Teesside punks wrote: “NEWS! We’re touring in October! It’s our first time out since we released our debut album early last year! It’s been AGES! In with the new, on sale FRIDAY 10AM.“We’re really excited to be going to a fair few places we’ve never been before, bringing the electronic radge to Huddersfield, Lancaster, Aberdeen, Stirling, Preston, Utrecht, Ostend, Margate and Newport for the first time.“As well as returning to towns and cities we love like Glasgow, Edinburgh, Boro, Liverpool, Rotterdam, Southampton, Brighton and London. It’s going to be epic, please get involved, share the joy, share the anger, bring strobes and earplugs.”Tickets are available on their website at 10am BST this Friday (July 12).A post shared by BENEFITS THE BAND (@benefitsuk)OCTOBER05 – HUDDERSFIELD, The Parrish06 – LANCASTER, Kanteena07 – GLASGOW, Huge and Pint08 – EDINBURGH, Wee Red Bar09 – ABERDEEN, Tunnels10 – STIRLING, Tolbooth11 – MIDDLESBROUGH, Play Brew12 – LIVERPOOL, Shipping Forecast13 – PRESTON, The Ferret17 – ROTTERDAM, Left of the Dial 18 – UTRECHT, ACU 19 – ROTTERDAM, Left of the dial 20 – OSTEND, Cafe de Zwerver 22 – SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners23 – BRIGHTON, Hope and Ruin24 – MARGATE, Where Else25 – LONDON, The George Tavern26 – NEWPORT, Le PubLast year, NME caught up with Benefits before they performed at Glastonbury’s Left Field stage on the invitation of Billy Bragg, with frontman Kingsley Hall touching on the progress of their second album.“We want to get stuff out as soon as possible,” he said.
Pale Waves announce 2024 UK headline tour
Pale Waves have announced a UK headline tour for later this year – you can find all the details below.The Manchester band will hit the road this autumn in support of their fourth album ‘Smitten’, which is due for release on September 20 via Dirty Hit (pre-order/pre-save here).“UK it’s been too long, see you this October,” Pale Waves wrote on social media while confirming a run of 12 shows across the nation that month.The trek will kick off in Norwich on October 3 ahead of further dates in Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Brighton, Bristol, Sheffield, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham.On October 17, the group will conclude the tour with a headline gig at Here at Outernet in London.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 5) – you’ll be able to buy yours here. Alternatively, fans who pre-ordered ‘Smitten’ before 3pm BST yesterday (July 2) can access a pre-sale now – as can O2 Priority customers.A post shared by PALE WAVES (@palewaves)03 – The Waterfront, Norwich 04 – O2 Academy, Liverpool 05 – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester 06 – Rock City, Nottingham 08 – Chalk, Brighton 09 – O2 Academy, Bristol 10 – Foundry, Sheffield 11 – Fat Sam’s, Dundee13 – SWG3, Glasgow14 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle 15 – O2 Institute, Birmingham 17 – Here at Outernet, London Pale Waves have already previewed the forthcoming ‘Smitten’ – the follow-up to 2022’s ‘Unwanted’ – with a dreamy ’80s-inspired single, ‘Perfume’.The album was written over two years between the US and the UK, and sees Pale Waves reflecting on their northern roots.
Lankum write letter asking Latitude to drop Barclays as a sponsor amidst boycott
Lankum have said they have signed a letter asking Latitude to drop Barclays as a sponsor amid the current boycott of the bank over its ties to companies who are supplying weapons and military technology to Israel.Numerous acts have already pulled out of the Henham Park festival over its sponsorship by Barclays, including CMAT, Pillow Queens, Mui Zyu and Georgia Ruth. Comedians Joanne McNally and Alexandra Haddow have also dropped out.Now, Lankum have lent their voices to the conversation by revealing that they have signed a letter to Latitude over the issue, suggesting that the festival itself will be subject to acts taking a collective stand.“In relation to the Barclays sponsorship of Latitude Festival, we have signed a letter asking the festival to drop the bank due to their links with weapons firms involved in the genocide in Palestine,” they wrote in a statement.“We have also been working behind the scenes with a number of the acts scheduled to play at the festival as we firmly believe that collective action is the most effective action.“Hopefully we will have more news on this soon.”“Love and solidarity, Cormac, Daragh, Ian and Radie.”In relation to the Barclays sponsorship of Latitude Festival, we have signed a letter asking the festival to drop the bank due to their links with weapons firms involved in the genocide in Palestine.We have also been working behind the scenes with a number of the acts…— LANKUM (@LankumDublin) June 12, 2024The announcement of artists pulling out of Latitude comes shortly after the major boycott of The Great Escape in Brighton last month, also due to its ties with Barclays.