In less than a week's time, arguably one of the most important referendums in British history will take place. The referendum that decides whether Britain will leave the European Union.
It's a contentious issue, to say the least, and one which many musicians are reluctant to involve themselves with. The 1975's Matt Healy was up in arms, for example, when the Electoral Commission seemed to copy his band's aesthetic for a campaign on how to register to vote, saying, "You can't imbue my identity as an artist with something as divisive as The @eureferendum."
Some musicians have waded into the quagmire of debate though. Here's what they think.