Jimmy Kimmel Proves That Fans Love Listening to Obscure Bands, Even if They Don't Exist

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Jimmy Kimmel Proves That Fans Love Listening to Obscure Bands, Even if They Don't Exist
If there's one thing every hipster loves, it's knowing about obscure bands no one ever heard of and shoving them in everyone's face. Popular comedy host Jimmy Kimmel decided to test such a claim, paying Coachella Festival an exclusive visit last weekend. The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" crew decided to ask random event visitors for their comments on various obscure bands. The catch? They were all made up, except for one. Anyhow, the resulting "Lie Witness News" clip and festivalgoers' comments on bands such as "Get the F--k Out of My Swimming Pool" or "Shorty Jizzle and the Plumber Cracks" will leave you laughing like a drain, that we can guarantee. Although the clip might be overdubbed, it makes little difference and is definitely worth checking out. The annual Coachella festival took place in Indio, California on two consecutive weekends from April 12-14 and April 19-21, featuring headline performances from the likes of Blur, The Stone Roses, Phoenix and Red Hot Chili Peppers. Although they're not exactly Dr. Schlo-Mo and the GI Clinic, they did manage to give some quite solid performances.
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