Old-School Wednesdays: The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony
In 1997, The Verve released their third full-length record, Urban Hymns, which included the band’s breakout hit “Bittersweet Symphony.” That song, which would later be used in a pivotal scene in the camp movie “Cruel Intentions,” was accompanied by a standout video, featuring singer Richard Ashcroft stonily walking down a busy London street. We love it, and the song, and decided this Hump Day to remind you of its awesomeness.
And true or false: The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft and his Skeletor face are totally hot? (Answer: TRUE).
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