Roll With It: Rock N' Roll's Reaction To The EU Referendum Results
24 June 2016, 09:23 | Updated: 4 July 2016, 13:27
Everyone from Johnny Marr to Noel Gallagher has aired their feelings on the Brexit result on social media.
The votes have been counted and the UK have voted to leave the EU, so we can all get back to our lives and stop talking about it right? Wrong.
Musicians and celebrities are waking up to the news, and - just like us - they're having their say about it on the most important platform around... Twitter.
Johnny Marr has led the Tweets calling for Brits to be united, and yet defiant...
No one ever said that the majority know what they're doing. All the more reason for the rest of us to stick together.— Johnny Marr (@Johnny_Marr) June 24, 2016
Viva la resistance.— Johnny Marr (@Johnny_Marr) June 24, 2016
Billy Bragg tweeted his reaction from Glastonbury, then apologised for speaking before having his coffee.
Worst of all outcomes: Very narrow victory. England votes out, Scotland in. Boris in debt to Farage. Rancour and division ahead.— Billy Bragg (@billybragg) June 24, 2016
Apologies. Had to correct last tweet. Shouldn't try to make sense of things before I've had my coffee.— Billy Bragg (@billybragg) June 24, 2016
It was all about size for Wild Beasts...
We just got smaller. The shame. H— Wild Beasts (@WildBeasts) June 24, 2016
Disclosure are so annoyed about the result, they want to move to "Mars with Bowie".
— Disclosure (@disclosure) June 24, 2016
What the FUCK!!! Still not sinking in— Disclosure (@disclosure) June 24, 2016
Moving to Mars with Bowie— Disclosure (@disclosure) June 24, 2016
Don't we all though?
Noel Gallagher used a Bowie-inspired twist to suggest it was a Black Day on his Instagram post:
Primal Scream made their feelings clear with the help of casual profanity and rhyme:
Lily Allen shed a tear or two...
Well millennials. We're really really fucked.— lily (@lilyallen) June 24, 2016
I've been crying since Swindon, not even joking https://t.co/2jAA4PGtvs— lily (@lilyallen) June 24, 2016
Chemical Brothers' Ed Simons felt every negative emotion he could.
Incredulous, sad, scared and angry...cannot take this in.— ed simons (@eddychemical) June 24, 2016
And Stomzy's offered himself up for Prime Minister, for a number of retweets, of course.
How many retweets do I need to become prime minister— #MERKY (@Stormzy1) June 24, 2016
Which have led to some clever campaign posters from his followers.
And it isn't just musicians that had the hump.
Author J.K Rowling wishes she had some of that Harry Potter magic to Accio herself another referendum.
I don't think I've ever wanted magic more. https://t.co/gVNQ0PYIMT— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) June 24, 2016
Peep Show's Robert Webb wasn't best pleased with the result.
This is the heartbreaking part of it. Sorry kids. England's dreaming again. Chin up, let's see what we can do. https://t.co/H3kOlbKsbw— Robert Webb (@arobertwebb) June 24, 2016
He managed to see the funny side though..
I must say my faith in both MI5 and tippex have taken quite a knock.— Robert Webb (@arobertwebb) June 24, 2016
It wasn't just stars from this side of the pond who shared their views either.
Prolific tweeter, Cher, seemed to support the decision, before backtracking...
Glued 2Brexit results with Frnds‼️— Cher (@cher) June 24, 2016
“Leaves”Have Won.Frnds say Immigration played part in Vote.
It’s Best Decision 4 All UK PPL
How Could I Have Been So Blind I’ve been So Frightened By Shadow Being Cast,By Extreme Right Wing Politicians In ,I Forgot About The— Cher (@cher) June 24, 2016
And for some reason, Lindsay Lohan live tweeted the whole thing...