Stroke lead singer Julian Casablancas (Julian Casablancas) and Rolling Stone Launch a new interview series, “SOS-Earth is in chaos”.
The first episode premiered today (October 29) and chat with Amy Goodman, the host and best-selling author of “Democracy Today”. Casablancas is a big fan of Goodman. He admitted that he had been working hard for the past five years to make one of his songs play in the “Democracy Now” musical, which opened the interview.
The interview covered a range of topics, starting with the 2020 election and the importance of dismissing President Donald Trump. Goodman specifically pointed out this on the issue of scientific denial and contributed to the coronavirus pandemic and climate crisis. Elsewhere, Goodman talked about the importance of independent media, the continuing threat of violent white supremacists, and the importance of friendly and radical movements in communities that accept black life in this difficult time.
In an interview in 2016, Casablancas said: “SOS-Earth is in chaos” Rolling Stone Here he talked with cultural critic Henry Giroux (Henry Giroux). The musician said in a statement: “Throughout the performance, I will contact the shapers of tomorrow to ask their views on all matters affecting the planet. The show will strive to have meaningful and courageous dialogues. See if and when you can start fixing anything. Come and fly with me.”
Casablancas and Strokes released their latest album, New exception, In April.The band will serve as musical guests Saturday night live On Saturday, October 31st, John Mulaney hosted.