"Somebody falls in love, somebody falls from a window sill"
Jarvis Cocker, Alex Turner and Richard Howley for Sandman magazine
I write a lot about boys.. I fantasize quite a lot.
“Britpop was officially sanctioned when Kurt Cobain died. No one wanted to think about rock stars blowing their brains out.”
I wrote a piece for The New Daily, looking back on the last great British music scene. It’s a subject that remains very close to my heart. The only real difficulty was choosing five Britpop tracks for listicle at the bottom of the page.
You say you’ve got to go home
Well at least there’s someone there that you can talk to
And you never have to face up to the night on your own
Jesus, it must be great to be straight
"I’ve stuck to the same things for twenty years. I try to look like a slightly edgy geography teacher. Like what a geography teacher looked like when I was in school. Cords, sensible shoes and glasses. I never liked geography much as a subject though. In fact the only geography teacher I can remember from school was a woman who had a moustache."
- Jarvis Cocker
A moment for our britpop boys
REMEMBER THAT TIME A BUNCH OF 90s BRIT ROCK ARTISTS DECIDED THEY WANTED TO BE IN HARRY POTTER
LOOK THERe’S IAN BROWN READING A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME
AND LOOK JARVIS COCKER, JONNY gREENWOOD AND PHIL SELWAY ALL PLAYING THEIR RESPECTIVE INSTRUMENTS IN A BAND TOGETHER WHICH PLAYED DURING THE YULE BALL