I almost hate how much I love Tame Impala because of how popular they've gotten all of a sudden the last seven plus years. You probably have a cousin who knows about them at this point; which begs the question should you abandon your fandom now just that they're famous? As someone who started listening to them way back in the Summer of 2016, which was only an entire year after Currents was released, I just get them more than you.
While I do 100% seriously judge people based off their musical tastes, I can't help but I feel personally attacked by memes like that, as those are three of my favorite artists lolol.
I love Tame Impala and I don't effin care how much a basic stoner bro cliche that may make me. It's great music and yes I'm wearing a rug as I type this. Kevin Parker is a genius who just so happens to be the Brian Wilson of his generation minus all the time in bed. While I hate the term Stan, if I were to Stan anybody it'd be him.
If you want to sound like you really know what you're talking about with popular alternative culture, just let people know that you know Tame Impala is actually all Kevin Parker in casual conversation. Just pepper it in organically. People will be really impressed when you say "Yeah so he actually writes, performs and produces everything". If they ask "well, then why does he have a band with him during live shows?" you can quickly say "Hey, he's not Durga, the Hindu Goddess of War, what do you expect?
The history of Tame Impala's touring line-up thanks to the greatest resource in the world.
That is why the latest Tame video for "Why Don't They Talk To Me?" off of 2012's Lonerism (seriously) is so fascinating to me. We get to sorta see what it actually looks like when Kevin Parker plays multiple instruments to create art in this socially distanced down undah version of "Hey Ya!". Just as much credit belongs to director and editor Alex Haygarth's craftspersonship in making this. It makes me want to learn Adobe even more (Don Draper is smiling somewhere). In a time where your hands are some-what tied with in-person production it's pretty dope to see two people put something as aesthetically pleasing as this. Enjoy.