What happens when we take the writer away and ask two British rock stars, from two different generations, to interview each other?
In today's episode of Rolling Stone's Musicians on Musicians – also running as a special series on the Rolling Stone Music Now feed – Roger Daltrey and Yungblud join forces to talk fashion, optimal recording hours, and managing your image in a world gone mad.
In the past few years, Yungblud has picked up the torch for a new kind of British rock: one informed by social causes, personal vulnerability, and an affinity for modern pop and hip-hop. His new, self-titled, album leans even further into those vibes: it’s glammy, showy and confident, much like Yungblud himself. At a studio in London this summer, the young star met another quintessential British rock singer: Roger Daltrey of the Who. 57 years after he first sang “My Generation,” Daltrey is as active as ever, currently wrapping an arena tour with the Who. His conversation with Yungblud revealed a rock icon with some strong opinions — and a rabid curiosity about the experiences of younger artists.
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