He obviously has no concept of what the parody song means for an artist/band, but whenever they are finally relegated to playing half-empty clubs (somewhere in the not so distant future) I think he might have a better understanding of just what this kind of success means to he and his band.
"I think the bottom line is ... we're happy the song is culturally relevant enough to be a parody. That's a huge milestone for us," Antonoff said. "We really haven't actually seen [the parodies], to be honest, but no matter how good they are, it's cool that someone actually did it. It's an honor to be made fun of."
Over/under on how many more times you'll have to post that quote before people understand it? Smh cmon son
I not even a fan of FUN but Iam a fan of someone like their front man telling the truth about how he feels. The bottom line is that a lot and I mean a lot of people in this world who think they are funny, just plain aren't.
People are blowing this out of proportion. 99% of the time youtube parody's suck and aren't funny. I have a feeling his answer would have been the same a year ago if they asked him how he felt about song parodies in general.