Here’s What Musicians are Saying About ‘Brexit’ on Twitter

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JUNE 10: A labour party activist carries an EU flag in his pocket during canvassing for the Labour In campaign on June 10, 2016 in Manchester, England. Eddie Izzard joined Labour activitists to campaign on the streets of Hulme, Manchester, to canvass for votes and to persuade UK citizens to stay in the European Union when they vote in the EU Referendum on the June 23. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Those of us in the U.S. woke up in a relative state of shock this morning upon learning that last night Britain voted to leave the European Union, a move widely known as “Brexit,” or “British Exit.” The decision will have a lasting — and potentially quite negative — impact on the U.K. and the world-at-large’s economy for reasons too many to list here. Overseas musicians made their displeasure known on Twitter. Read reactions from Liam Gallagher, Lily Allen, Johnny Marr, Kate Nash, Billy Bragg, and more, below.

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