Ryan Gosling has a lot to answer for
Graham Coxon has lived in Camden, North London, for the last 18 years. He likes watching boxsets and dumb movies, and driving big cars in America.
I know this and a lot more about Graham due to this week’s podcast, in which he talks about all these things, as well as Ryan Gosling, the 90s, The Beatles and his first foray into writing music for TV – his soundtrack to The End Of The Fucking World: a darkly comic series that you can now see in full on Netflix.
After you’ve watched that, check out Mr Roosevelt – Graham says it’s very good.
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