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Pink Floyd‘s Roger Waters spoke to The Guardian recently about turning ‘The Wall’ into an opera and how the classic album is more relevant than ever in the age of President Trump.
The 1979 album is being rewritten into an opera format in collaboration between the Pink Floyd bassist and Opéra de Montréal. The performance debuts on March 11 in Montreal.
In the interview, Waters was happy to admit that the story of ‘The Wall’ has been adopted by the current political climate. Waters has been vocal about his dislike for Trump in the past, even including giant, super-imposed pictures of Trump with members of the Ku Klux Klan in his live shows.
The film version of ‘The Wall’ features sequences envisioned by Waters of Neo-Nazi dictators conducting rallies. So naturally the music legend had a lot to say about the new President.
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