Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl released a surprising single on Tuesday that satirizes coronavirus-related locks and depicts an optimistic view of the post-pandemic world.
“I wanted to share this song I wrote about getting out of the lock, with a little much needed optimism – thank you Dave Grohl @foofighters for jumping on drums, bass and guitar, it was great fun to work with you on this – I hope you will all enjoy Eazy Sleazy! ”Mr. Jagger tweeted his 2.2 million followers.
The founder of the Rolling Stones plays guitar and sings in “Eazy Sleazy” and Mr. Grohl, the frontman of Foo Fighters, plays drums, guitar and bass.
In the song, Mr. Jagger sings: “We escaped from the prison walls / Open the windows and open the door / But it’s easy, easy / Everything will be really weird / Good night / It will be a garden of earthly pleasures. “
“Vaccine shooting / Bill Gates is in my bloodstream / it’s mind control / Earth is flat and cold / never warms up / The Arctic has turned to slush / Second coming is late / Aliens are in a deep state.”
The song, in which the rock duo participated, was produced by Matt Clifford, a long-time musical collaborator of Mr. Jagger, Rolling Stone magazine. reported.
“It’s hard to put into words what it means for me to record this song with Sir Mick,” Mr Grohl told the store. “It’s a dream come true.” Just when I thought life couldn’t be crazier …… and it’s definitely a summer song !! “