Although they're pushing 40, Placebo continues to push out ageless tunes submerged in angst. While Brian Molko's spectral vocals have become synonymous with melancholy, there's something undeniable soothing about Placebo's music. And after nearly two decades, the group maintains this affection with the release of their latest EP B3.
Many of us were introduced to the group as "Every You, Every Me" scored Sebastian Valmont's sexual exploits. Watch below as their EP's title track illustrates another young man's madness.