Given punk music is all about anarchy and irreverence, it should come as no surprise iconic punk rocker Laura Jane Grace of the band Against Me! is this good at throwing shade.
But it must be said.
This is god-tier trolling!
To mock disgraced and recently de-licensed attorney Rudy Giuliani and his boss former President Donald Trump, Grace booked a concert at the site of what has to be the most iconic face-plant in American history—the parking lot of Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Four Seasons Total Landscaping, you surely recall, is where the former advisor and attorney to Republican President Donald Trump mistakenly booked what was supposed to be his big barn-storming election fraud press conference.
Instead it ended up just being… well, Giuliani yelling into a mic in front of a landscaping building next to a dildo shop and across from a crematorium, while the press looked on choking back their laughter. It is presumed Giuliani’s team meant to book the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia, but, you know, competence was never really the Trump Administration’s strong suit, was it?
Nothing has ever been more absurd in all of American history. Not even the writers on VEEP ever came up with something so perfectly comedic. So what more perfect location for a punk concert?
Grace’s fans apparently agree—as she tweeted yesterday, the concert sold out in just 17 minutes.
But the trolling didn’t stop there. Referencing her co-headliner Brendan Kelly of the band Lawrence Arms, Grace said in a statement:
“This will be the first and last time Brendan and I will play in front of a landscaping company and we promise it will be better than that MAGA sh*t show.”
Kelly, too, got in on the taunting of Giuliani, and took it one hilarious step further:
“Ever since I saw my personal hero Rudy Giuliani humiliate himself for the good of the nation at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, I knew I wanted to go there and follow in his footsteps, then shop at the porn store, and eventually move off this mortal coil by being burned at the neighboring crematorium.”
No wonder these two geniuses sold out a concert in minutes!