Have you checked out the cover of the latest issue of Filter Magazine yet?
If you haven’t, peek a look at the crew from the sitcom It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia as they show their indie roots by re-imagining the iconic art from The Replacements’ Let It Be album for the issue that is all about DIY artists and Sunny’s rise to the top by doing things their way.
These DIY misfits have built their inane, insular world with unparalleled volatility and loyalty, fearlessly creating a rule-breaking show with absolute freedom and ferocity that has steadily grown to earn its reputation as one of the funniest things on television. And as a testament to The Gang’s punk rock work ethic, we recruited a handful of musicians (from Kings of Leon to Of Montreal to Mike Patton) to weigh in on why they love Sunny as well. All this, plus in-character playlists created by the actors (Rick Astley! Patrick Swayze! “Nightman”!), sordid April Fools tales and Danny Devito squaring off against an ostrich? You better lie down. [Filter]
Danny DeVito for president we say.