’80s revival, with its saccharine love songs and rock ballads. We’re really hoping for a bagpipe renaissance, where screeching tunes are no longer played solely at funerals and the Highland Games but at nightclubs, remixed with some Drake beats. Watch; it’ll happen.">

Morning Throwback: bagpipes are poised for a comeback — we’re sure of it


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Forget this new ’80s revival, with its saccharine love songs and rock ballads. We’re really hoping for a bagpipe renaissance, where screeching tunes are no longer played solely at funerals and the Highland Games but at nightclubs, remixed with some Drake beats. Watch; it’ll happen.

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