Every-Time-I-DieAs you can tell from watching just about all of their videos, Every Time I Die have a great sense of humor. You’d also know that if you’re one of the 45,000-plus that follow the band’s guitarist Jordan Buckley on Twitter. Yesterday, in reaction to Apple’s open letter to the FBI stating that they wouldn’t hack the San Bernardino shooter’s cell phone because of the chilling precedent it set for privacy, Buckley decided to look at the lighter side of it:


However, since he tweeted that, in reference to the band’s deal with iTunes that found their 2014 album Songs of Innocence automatically put on every iTunes user’s phones, the tweet has taken on a life of it’s own. Retweeted over 3,700 times and liked by over 4,500, the guitarist reacted on Instagram:

Of course, he’s referring to the time back in 2014 when ETID was on tour with The Ghost Inside and he kicked a cell phone out of the hands of a stage diver that was trying to take a selfie. We’re not sure what news publication retweeted Buckley, but good to see his wit writ large.