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It’s time to face the facts—our male pop stars need to try a bit harder

Britain is crowded with male singer-songwriters who look like your little brother’s friend that your mum is letting crash for a few weeks because he has “stuff” going on at home

Music festivals are off this year, of course. There is no way to have a festival that is socially distanced and still call it a festival. At festivals, you are not a person, but merely one body in a herd of cattle. It’s glorious. Everyone’s mindlessly grazing and defecating in the same field, watching with their big cow faces…

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