THE LYRIC BOYS is a comedy podcast about music and lyrics that’s hosted by LUCIEN FLORES and ANDREW STIEGLITZ, two music experts with no credentials whatsoever.

In the latest episode, The Lyric Boys explore 10 iconic lyrics by LCD Soundsystem, the Brooklyn electronic rock band fronted by James Murphy, the bearded indie-rock legend known for hilariously sarcastic lyrics and making danceable sad music. The Lyric Boys discuss Europe’s affinity for mimes, mild billionaire mayors, and how sometimes friends are mean. According to James Murphy, love is both an astronaut – and an open book to a verse of your bad poetry. So, listen to this episode tonight, because life is finite and you’re simply wasting your youth by not listening to The Lyric Boys.

Songs Discussed: “Losing My Edge”, “Drunk Girls”, “Pow Pow”, “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down”, North American Scum”, “Dance Yrself Clean”, You Wanted A Hit”, “I Can Change”, “Tonite”, and “Sound of Silver”.

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Every Monday, The Lyric Boys pick 10 of the wildest and weirdest lyrics from some of your favorite bands — and use them as a jumping off point to share stories, joke around, and riff. Featuring bands & musicians from all over the music spectrum. Some favorite episodes include: 

ARCADE FIRE: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

BLINK-182: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

LORDE: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

FRANK SINATRA: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

THE NATIONAL: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

RUN THE JEWELS: Spotify | Apple | YouTube | Other

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ABOUT LUCIEN & ANDREW: 
LUCIEN FLORES is a comedy writer & director who has made work for Adult Swim, Funny Or Die, Más Mejor, The PGA Tour, Google, and others. 
ANDREW STIEGLITZ is a podcast producer, editor, & musician who has worked for Nickelodeon, Viacom, and others. 

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