Growing up in suburban New York in the early 90s, MTV was strictly verboten in my household. Still, from time to time when my parents were otherwise occupied I’d sneak a peak at the forbidden fruit. One day after school I saw a scene from a movie: four knuckleheads in a car singing along to a piece of otherworldly operatic rock music. The movie was Wayne’s World and the song was ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen. I knew immediately I had to have the CD this incredible song came from: I needed to sing along just like these knuckleheads.
I was nine years old at the time and I would’ve had some money saved up from birthday presents. My parents took me to Tower Records on Central Avenue in Yonkers (R.I.P.) and I bought Queen‘s Greatest Hits. I spent much of 1994 singing along to ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and even to this day it is a go-to karaoke song for me – which is not to say I can sing it well! It’s really challenging! As corny as it sounds, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ truly feels like a musical journey, something that can be difficult to get from a single piece of music. It means as much to me at twenty-nine as it did when I was nine.”
Foals ‘My Number’ - Behind The Scenes
OKAY SO I JUST SAW GIRL MOST LIKELY
AKAJFOFPWKSMCOVPLWLA DARREN IS SO SO SO SO SO SO PERFECT IN IT AGHFIPQLLEKFKKG
HOW IS THIS MAN REAL ???????
The movie was not amazing though but oh well !
Ezra watching the guy who stormed the stage a Lollapalooza 2013