The coronavirus pandemic ushered in times of worry, loss, and separation.In part as a way to cope, a new branch of COVID culture sprang up, complete with its own brand of posts featuring humor and solidarity alike.The pandemic truly had – and has – an emotional aura about it, and so Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl released an anthem for a world post-COVID-19.
POP/ROCK Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl, "Eazy Sleazy" It's coming up on midnight, and "Saturday Night Live" is creaking to a close.But wait, there's one final sketch thrown in for good measure.And that sketch might very well be a rendition of "Eazy Sleazy," the new pandemic-is-almost-over song.
The Rolling Stones and Mick Jagger’s first #1 hit ‘(I Can’t Get) No Satisfaction‘ was released in 1965, it only seems fitting ‘Eazy Sleazy‘ will serve as an anthem pivoting from the devastation of these past 14 months to full renewal, where foodservice can get more than satisfaction. With more hospitality professionals echoing Jagger’s “soon it’ll be a memory you’re trying to remember to forget”, the industry is confronted by a new set of harsh realities that must be confronted with dynamic,
Rich Fury, Getty Images Mick Jagger minced no words when sharing his thoughts on anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists in a new interview. The Rolling Stones singer just released a new solo single, the raucous, Dave Grohl-assisted “Eazy Sleazy.” Jagger rails against the difficulties and tragedies of the COVID-19 pandemic, including canceled tours, virtual-songwriting sessions and steadily rising infection numbers. He also pokes fun at vaccine skeptics and flat-earthers in one tongue-in-cheek verse: "Shooting
Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have teamed up for a post-lockdown, pandemic rock anthem called “Eazy Sleazy.” “It’s a song that I wrote about coming out of lockdown, with some much needed optimism,” Jagger said in a statement. “Thanks to Dave Grohl for jumping on drums, bass and guitar. It was a lot of fun working with him.” The rock stars recorded the song and video in different studio locations, with Jagger recording from home and Grohl from the Foo Fighters‘ studio. The song manages to touch on
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
is selling a digital artwork inspired by his new song in a bid to raise money for independent venues hard hit by the pandemic.The track, called Eazy Sleazy, was written by The Rolling Stones singer during lockdown and features him on vocals and guitar in collaboration with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl on drums, guitar and bass.
Proceeds from the 24-hour auction of the unique piece will go to three key music charities.Mick Jagger’s new “Eazy Sleazy” collaboration with Dave Grohl will feature on a loop as an NFT created by 3D artist Oliver Latta, aka Extraweg.The unique, one-of-one piece will go live for auction for 24 hours starting at 10am PST/6pm BST today (15) through the Gemini-owned Nifty Gateway, with all proceeds going to three key music charities.
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Mick Jagger has announced that he is selling an art piece built around his new solo track ‘Eazy Sleazy’ as an NFT (non-fungible token) to raise funds for beleaguered independent music venues.The surprise track from the Rolling Stones frontman sees him collaborating with Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl and was shared on YouTube earlier this week (April 13), having been penned by Jagger during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Mick Jagger teams up with 3-D artist EXTRAWEG on charity driven audio-visual NFT for new track “Eazy Sleazy” with Dave Grohl
An audio-visual collaboration between Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and Foo Fighters lead Dave Grohl will drop in NFT form on the Gemini-owned Nifty Gateway on April 15.The new track, entitled Eazy Sleazy and produced by long-time Rolling Stones collaborator Matt Clifford, sees Jagger reflect on the tumultuous events of the past year (‘We took it on the chin, the numbers were so grim’) while Grohl thrashes away on guitar, bass and drums.
“Eazy Sleazy” really should not exist.At the beginning of the pandemic, Gal Gadot gathered a group of celebrities to sing John Lennon “Imagine.” There is no reason other than hubris as to why she thought a handful of actors croaking through arguably the corniest song in the extended Beatles universe would be any sort of a balm to us plebes in a time of great unknowns and massive fear.
(NEXSTAR) – Rockers Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have teamed up on a new song about the banality of day-to-day life during the pandemic.In the song, called “Eazy Sleazy,” the pair sends up anti-vaxxers, conspiracy theorists, and too much time spent on Zoom.
Artist: Mick Jagger Song title: Eazy Sleazy Year: 2021 Genre(s): Rock In probably one of our favourite collaborations of recent history, Mick Jagger has teamed up with Dave Grohl for a new song inspired by lockdown entitled 'Eazy Sleazy' - and we can all relate.
Sir Mick Jagger thinks those who won’t take coronavirus vaccines are “irrational”.The Rolling Stones frontman admitted lyrics in ‘Eazy Sleazy’ – his surprise collaboration with Dave Grohl – are “a p***-take on conspiracy theories” and though he was astonished by the views of some of his “relatively sensible” friends and family members about the immunisation programme, he’s learned there is “no point” in trying to change their minds with reasonable discussion.
Eazy Sleazy, with its clunking chords and ham-fisted lyrics about Zoom and anti-vaxxers, sees the Rolling Stone truly taking the Mick Mick Jagger has a new solo song out, and unfortunately, it is everything we have come to expect from the venerable rock legend whenever he goes behind the back of the Rolling Stones.