Yesterday, Greg Grinn, lead singer of California based American punk rock band Black Flag, said that punk rock is going to have a slow and boring four years now that Donald Trump is out of office.
“I‘m just nowhere near as mad as I was a few weeks ago,“ Grinn Said while eating a cucumber sandwich. “Sure I’m still frustrated,” he commented as he reached for a glass of rose petal water. “But I’m looking forward to relaxation.”
He was enjoying a midday snack with his friend Julian Casablancas, lead singer of The Strokes. When asked, Casablancas said that he's excited for the primaries in a few years so that he can play another show with Bernie Sanders or whoever the kids are most into at the time. "Maybe I'll promote a new album while I'm at it. Maybe I'll just run for congress instead." He took a sip from a glass of champagne. "Whatever," he said putting on a pair of sunglasses. "I'm on vacation."