Graham Coxon vs Stephen Fry, Preston pukes – what we’ve learnt on Twitter this week (October 16)

All the best Tweets from your favourite musicians

It’s been another busy week, and our favourite musicians have once again been sharing their thoughts in 140 characters or less on Twitter. Here’s what we’ve learnt from their posts, including Graham Coxon being upset at Stephen Fry for blocking him (without reason, according to Coxon) on the site, Ross Millard from The Futureheads selling a spare Manchester United ticket and Preston being sick.

Here’s some of the best Tweets from the past week, spelling mistakes and all

Preston: soo drunk… i just done a sick x


Alex Kapranos, Franz Ferdinand: Going to have Pease Pudding and Stottie Cake for lunch. Can’t wait!

Kimya Dawson: I may have just written the best song of my career. Sit tight it’s “processing”.

Edwyn Collins: Tomorrow is last rehearsal for the tour. Kilts and sporrans…first show – Orkney, Wednesday….watch this space

Ezra Koenig: just realized that the Sainsburys brand Vitamin C I’ve been taking all month expired in 2003. uhhhhh

Ross Millard, The Futureheads: I have a single ticket for Man Utd v Bolton on sat that I now can’t get to. If you want it, DM me, and I’ll post it to you. NE corner.

Rivers Cuomo, Weezer: Wonder what my last tweet will be if I suddenly die.


Graham Coxon addressing to Stephen Fry: @stephenfry dear chap why on earth am i blocked? did i say something awfully horrid?

Tune in next week for the best from the Twitter universe, and in the meantime make sure you’re following us at for the latest.


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