Hair Raising - other musicians whose hair has attracted attention
Dan Smith has attracted a great deal of attention – and no little grief – over his distinctive spiky style. He's not the first pop star whose tonsorial adventures have become an object of general fascination.
Moz is famous for his scathing put-downs, his devastating lyrics but, above all, his mighty quiff.
Nowadays it's all about the mirror-shades. In U2's 1980s pomp, however, Mr Hewson's signature fashion statement was his mullet, a frothy construct as epic as any of The Edge's solos.
Not only did The Cure invent stadium goth – Robert Smith turned randomly spiky hair into a fashion statement.
There are quiffs and then there is the wedge of curls sported by every hipster's favourite RnB singer Janelle Monae.