“Eazy Sleazy” Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl share their thoughts on his Pandemic, Anti-Vaxxers, and Conspiracy Theories in their new song!

Usman Ashraf

Eazy Sleazy: Mick Jagger has brought a new idea of a song while he was alone in the pandemic where he realized some of the major aspects of society. He was ruminating over the past year on both a personal and global level, noting that while the world remains gripped by the pandemic, a return to pre-pandemic life is inching forward. As a result he wrote a one-off track with Dave Grohl that notes the tragedies, absurdities, conspiracy theories, and hopefulness Jagger’s observed over the past year when sitting home in pandemic.

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The topics which give him such idea to make a track was all about pandemic and the activities held in between such as Anti-vaxxers, the people who were oppose the vaccination of covid-19, trumps rolled up, virtual meetings etc.

“Eazy Sleazy” Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl
“Eazy Sleazy” Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl

Jagger sings on the track in a verse he calls

“a piss-take on conspiracy theories.”

“The Earth is flat and cold/It’s never warming up/The arctics turned to slush/The second comings late/There’s aliens in the deep state.” Elsewhere, though, the Rolling Stones frontman exudes optimism for another Roaring Twenties. “Everything’s gonna get really freaky,”

Jagger sings.

“It does gonna be a garden of earthly delights.”

Rockers Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl have teamed up on a new song about the pandemic routine day to day life. In the song, named as “Eazy Sleazy,” both Jagger and Dave mocked out some of the major aspects of our society such as anti-vaxxers, conspiracy theorists and too much time spent on Zoom.

“Soon it’ll be a memory you’re trying to remember to forget,”

The duo sings of the pandemic.

They even make reference to pandemic weight gain and imbibing habits.

“Think I’ve put on weight, I’ll have another drink then I’ll clean the sink.”

Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl lyrics:

The lyrics were selected with the great sense of mind. The track’s verses were solely based on current and real time situations in a much optimized way. While singing on the pandemic and other problems, the chorus were yet remains in a cheerful manner. He mentioned:

“You miss seeing people; you miss conversation; you miss interaction; you miss playing music with people. All of that was difficult,” he said. “But I can’t say I had a hard time. It wasn’t what I wanted, but I was able to deal with it because I was lucky enough to be able to have these nice places to hole up in. But not everyone does.”

He also discussed and mentioned about conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers and the people who were against getting vaccinations in his track which was for entertainment purpose.

He mentioned,

“It just seems to be that even people you know that are relatively sensible about a lot of things have one thing that they just don’t kind of get. I have several friends and relations and they go off on these things that just don’t,” he said. “They’re just irrational. Of course, there’s no point in speaking to people about it. They don’t get it. They got what they believe in and they believe in that. And it doesn’t matter what you say, they’re gonna believe in it. And rational thought doesn’t work.”

People’s review on his Pandemic, Anti-Vaxxers, and Conspiracy Theories:

After this roast track Mick and Dave got mixed reactions from audience. Some of them were appreciating their efforts and encourages them that someone at least finally spoke about it. As there were admirers there were also trolls. Some people make fun of their age saying that they are too old to make such rocking tracks. Some of the people went against saying that this is not good to troll anti-vaxxers as everyone has their own opinions and point of views of life.

Usman Ashraf joined The Trending News in 2021 as a News reporter focused on covering Latest News. He has been reporting on News since 2015. Prior to joining The Times, He spent over five years reporting for STAT in Boston and San Francisco. Before that, He reported as an intern for the Washington Post, the Hartford Courant, and the Santa Barbara Independent. He is originally from Pakistan and graduated from Harvard.

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