If one were to sum up the current government situation it might get a tad messy. However, if one were to use a hilariously apt extended metaphor about the government being a band then it might be a little clearer for us all. Probably.
This article will be a funny, if not hilarious, satirical look at the recent cuts those silly men (some women) in power have made (to us). The EDGE covers the arts and entertainment world, so imagine that the Tory Government is a band; David Cameron is the lead singer, George Osborne lead guitar and Nick Clegg plays keyboard (but they never plug him in). According to them the support act were awful and left the room cold, so they had a lot of work to do on this tough crowd. Less than half of the crowd actually bought their tickets with the intention of seeing the band and the rest of them came to see the support act but the doors were locked when they finished. There is no disabled access at the venue so they’re having an awful time and that is only going to continue and get worse for a good few years. The music is played at such a high frequency that the elderly cannot hear it so they are having an awful time and that is only going to continue and get worse for a good few years. The ruthless, harsh and effectively evil guitar solo that lasts for 48 minutes (or 4 years) drowns out the sound of anything constructive and makes use of 84 billion notes less than the previous band (who weren’t great, but this is ridiculous).