Fred Armisen is back again as '70s-era punk rocker Ian Rubbish, this time to interview actual 70s-era punk rockers Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of The Clash.

There's something truly sublime about watching Jones and Simonon giggle as Rubbish mentions their song "White Riot," only to explain, "We had a song called 'White Riot As Well.'"

Watch the interview above to find out more fascinating tidbits, like which seminal Clash work informed Rubbish's 4-album collection "Camden Beckons."

Via Funny Or Die

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