Match Your Beer To Your Music
By Kat George
Blue Moon – Phoenix, “Too Young”
If Blue Moon tastes like summer then Phoenix sounds like summer. Drink Blue Moon at a party, listen to Phoenix and talk about Lost In Translation. Be sure to mention that you think opening Somewhere with Love Like A Sunset was gratuitous nepotism but you don’t really care because Sofia Coppola and that guy from Phoenix are like, the indie Beyonce & Jay-Z. Tell stories about how you listened to Phoenix when you were 21 and motor-cylicing across Greece. Look whimsically into the distance.
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