In the heyday of indie music, French millennials were obsessed with their British counterparts. It's a different story post-Brexit.
They're headlining the Sunday of Kent's Wheels and Fins festival, and probably bringing 2002 with them.
Nine Inch Nails, Placebo, Deftones, and My Bloody Valentine say: probably not.
Let's be honest, the year was a dismal one for music in the UK—propagated by marketing execs who had discovered cocaine and Hoxton.
We've gone and (sort of) done it!!
Plus, Wolf Alice want you to register to vote, so you probably should.
"The people I know are more likely to listen to Stormzy than The Rakes"
The likely lads are becoming less of a band, and more of an old myth that crawls out of London's back alleys thrice yearly to perform "The Good Old Days."
If the indie amnesty hashtag taught us anything, it’s that plenty of us are bound by the experience of simply being young and alive between 2003 and 2008.
"An ex-girlfriend cheated on me with a Zuton."