Astrid S’s boyfriend is not an astro­naut

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TRACK OF THEWEEK AstridS- SuchaBoy Any track that opens with the line “you say you need more space– what are you, an astro­naut ?” im­me­di­ately has our at­ten­tion. Nor­we­gian pop star Astrid S (right) shrugs off an in de­ci­sive paramour – telling him to make his bloody mind up al­ready. There’ s also a lovely per­cus­sive back beat of what sounds like a glock­en­spiel– the tin­kling sweet­ness un­der cut­ting Astrid’s ul­ti­ma­tum.

He roof the week is Katy Perry, who opened up about her men­tal health to KI IS FM .“I’ ve been go­ing to ther­apy for about five years and I think it has re­ally helped my men­tal health in­cred­i­bly. And it’s a re­ally won­der­ful thing to be able to talk to some­one who doesn’ t judge you, be­cause I don’ t think a lot of people have that. I en­cour­age it. People think it’ s weird or they thinkyo­gaisweird.No, thereis noth­ing weird about tak­ing care of your phys­i­cal and men­tal health .” Mean while, Hayley Wil­liams told the Fa der that she al­most quit Para more .“I just was done. I thought, There’s gotta be some­thing else that I’m good a tin mylife. Maybe it’s time for meto go find that,” she said. Luck­ily, her band mate Tay­lor York helped keep her spir­its up. He ex­plained: “We both had doubts, and we had unity in that. It old her she didn’ t have to do stuff. But I just kept writ­ing, and then there was this time that she got it again .”

Zero of the week is tour­ing. After drop­ping hints at a Lon­don gig last week, Adele wrote on Ins tag ram :“I’m a real home­body and I get so much joy in the small things. Plus, I’ m dra­matic and have a ter­ri­ble his­tory of tour­ing. Un­til now that is... I only ever did this tour for you and to hope­fully have an im­pact on you the way that some of my favourite artists have had on me live. And I wanted my fi­nal shows to be in Lon­don be­cause I don’ t know if I’ll ever tour again and so I want my last time to be ath­ome.”

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