Rage Rocks Glastonbury: Billie Eilish and Phoebe Bridgers react to Supreme Court abortion ruling

bille elisho Not only made history as the youngest person to ever take the main stage at England’s Glastonbury Festival on Friday nights, she was first born in the 2000s. (His 21st birthday is this December 18, in case you were thinking of getting him some.) And like. Guardian Her review of the performance noted that she was the first “pop star to yell at tweenage girls” to headline the phenomenon that began back in 1970.

But some of them were impressed by the news of the US Supreme Court move reverse 1973 Roe vs. Wade The decision, leaving the autonomy of women’s bodies in the hands of increasingly reactionary state legislatures, unprotected by federal law. The Word Almost Hit the UK at 6 pm, local time.

From Elementary Pyramid Stage, Eilish performed his song “your powerWith a downbeat preface: “Today is a really dark day for women in America and I’m just going to say ‘Cause I can’t bear to think about it any more at this very moment. This song is dedicated to that, I guess,” she said.

phoebe bridgers, who had previously performed on the John Peel stage, were a bit more blunt. “Who wants to say, ‘Fuck the Supreme Court’?” He reportedly asked the crowd. He too commented That while the festival was “super surreal and fun”, it was also “the brightest day”. bridgers, who have Spoken About having abortions in the past, concluding by saying “Fuck shit. Fuck America and all these irrelevant old bastards trying to tell us what to do with our fucking bodies. Fuck you.”

Too, Joe Talbot The band’s Idols stated that the decision brought the United States “back to the Stone Age”, when it was on the festival’s “other” stage.

Eilish was in Word of GuardianK’s music critics described the show as “charmingly convincing”, with an infectious enthusiasm. He stepped onto the pyramid stage after the performance Sam Fender, Robert Plant and Alison KraussWolf Alice, Overcrowded House, rufus wainwrightAnd ziggy marley,

Saturday night Sir Paul McCartney is the prime slot, and Kendrick Lamar Follows suit on Sunday. (You can watch the full program here Here, and consider how you will plan your weekend. Got a real hard Sunday: Catch the hot British saxophonist Nubia Garcia or living legend Diana Rosso, There can’t be two places at once!)

speak with NME Before the gig, Eilish took a generally honest take on being located with Lamar and McCartney: “It’s bonkers.” She continued, “I remember Kendrick headlining a festival when I was 14, and I can’t believe it was the title of this little celebration because he was so big. And now I Presiding over her and Paul McCartney’s celebration… are you kidding me?”

Eilish continued, “The Beatles raised me. My love of music I think is 95 percent indebted to The Beatles and Paul. It’s crazy to think about it.”

The True Heads already knew that the first song Eilish learned was The Beatles’ “I Will”. white album, one of Paul’s songs. He called George Harrison’ssome“And, with my brother Phineas O’ConnellPaul performed”tomorrow“At the 2020 Oscars.


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