With its most diverse nominee class in years featuring Tina Turner and Jay Z, it's hard to be mad at the museum ticket-selling apparatus.
The UK duo talk about their serendipitous meeting at a Kate Bush concert and the tired joke of explaining their band name to people.
Bush's 1978 classic "Wuthering Heights" met Riri's modern classic "Kiss It Better" in the BBC Live Lounge.
Full of possibility, the second single from Bush's 1985 album 'Hounds of Love' is a universal anthem for the summer months.
Kate Bush, MC5, and Bon Jovi are also nominated for the class of 2018. And, as ever, there's a lot of weird snubs.
A 'New Yorker' piece on the festival's CEO mentions how Bush's name was floated, then set aside.
Between the Alt-Right Sis and the vlogger's boyfriend, it's been a particularly dire year online.
We’ve been graced with a visual for the live version, accompanying 'Before the Dawn.'
BBC 6 Music have released a snippet of the interview which will air in full on 20 November.
The sound of two geniuses staring at each other from opposite ends of the universe.