Back in the 60s, the devil and his staff blew out acid rock, and generally skanky/confusing lyrics, and the old people reacted ... quite sensibly, looking back. Yep, flag-waving grampa was right - that mus-eech i was listening to was, at best, unproductive. Nuts to that, it was downright rebellious/wicked (black sabbath...bluuck)! Anyway, that was yesterday's "generation gap." A bit mild, compared to the social-engineering going on today.
Before covid - and before we devolved into a society without faces - young people were already becoming quite fed up with boomers, our we-still-rock bumper stickers and such. Ugh, just want to retch whenever i see one. Why? Because it feeds young people's resentment - that's why!
Our college debt was a few $20s and change, compared to theirs. And many of us, who didn't even go to college, found good jobs anyway, and were able to be debt free and to save up for dottage days that might lay ahead. For young people, they'll be likely in their late 30s, before their college debt - and lots of interest - is paid off. When we were pushing 40, our mortgages were in their last years. In short, the deck is stacked against young people.
And young people have an attitude? Well duh!
Anyway, covid will only further the resentment. Granted, while the entertainment/hospitality industry is, generally, about as needful to any society as big gubment, restaurants, concert halls and movie houses yield jobs which put food on the family's table and shoes on the kids' feet.