We’ve got the vision, now let’s have some fun.” “We’re fated to pretend,” the chorus predicts — “pretend” signifying a life less ordinary, name-checking the perils of celebrity: drugs and divorce.
Distant from a reality with roots in family, pets, and home, the whirlwind lifestyle is capable even of retroactively obliterating a normal childhood.
Another week, another exposé of Harry Styles' love life.
That came to a Swift end (ahem) and now he's moved on to another talented blonde. Styles' close mate Nick Grimshaw also set the rumor mill into overdrive last month during a heart monitor challenge to see what excited him.
The BBC Radio 1 show host held up a picture of Rowe and Styles' awkward response said it all: “I don’t know her. I hate you all so much.”Rowe's most recent boyfriend was the Venezuelan-American singer-songwriter and visual artist Devendra Banhart, 36, and she also previously dated MGMT musician Andrew Van Wyngarden, 34, from 2012 to 2014.
Then Andrew’s voice sings, “I’m feeling rough, I’m feeling raw, I’m in the prime of my life.” About a musician on the precipice of mega-fame, “Time to Pretend” is a fun, funny, tragic affair.
With an infinite-mirror perspective, the character in the song writes in future tense about looking back on a career he’s fated to have.
In Memphis, he played hockey at the Mall of Memphis and the Mid-South Coliseum.
One of his opponents was Matt Cain, a young man who would go on to be a star athlete at Houston High and who today pitches for the San Francisco Giants.He enjoyed the visit, and after graduating from White Station in 2001, he moved to Connecticut.I have a great memory of going in the basement [in Pittsburgh] with my dad,” Van Wyngarden says.British publication magazine: “How did you deal with that? And less than a month later, we were playing David Letterman, and in the spring we were playing [California music festival] Coachella. We learned a lot really fast.” Andrew Van Wyngarden was born February 1, 1983, in Columbia, Missouri, the son of Bruce and Frances Van Wyngarden.The family moved a few times in Andrew’s childhood, to Washington, D.As lead singer and guitarist for the worldwide musical phenomenon that is MGMT, Andrew Van Wyngarden has, well, arrived.