The Rolling Stones’ lead singer ridiculed the anti-vaccine in the new song

Mick Jagger, the vocalist of the British rock band The Rolling Stones, has released a new song called Eazy Sleazy, which he recorded with Dave Grohl, the leader of the Foo Fighters. In the composition, the musicians ridiculed the so-called anti-vaccines and those who believe in conspiracy theories.

Jagger admitted that the idea for the track came to him due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the musician, he feels the tense atmosphere that has developed around the world recently.

As for the text of the song itself, it is particularly about people who are sure that the Earth is flat and aliens really exist. It also mentions those who are convinced that using the coronavirus vaccine, Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, intends to control the entire population of the Earth.

“The situation is such that even those with whom you are very familiar and who usually behave in a reasonably reasonable way, there are things that they really cannot understand. I also have friends and relatives who are fond of all these [conspiracy theories]. This is irrational, ” Mick said while talking to reporters.

Note that in Eazy Sleazy, he also sings that when the self-isolation regime finally comes to nought, then everyone will have a “garden of earthly delights”, and “everything will turn out to be really strange.”

Recall that The Rolling Stones was formed in the summer of 1962 and is considered one of the most influential and successful.

Author: Sam Smith
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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