The guitarist Jeff Beck and the actor Johnny Depp, published this Thursday a duo that covered “Isolation”, the classic by John Lennon, which arises after several years of musical collaboration and have decided to bring to light in the present moment, and to “endure the isolation together.”
“Jeff Beck and I recorded this theme in the past year, as our own version of the beautiful song of John Lennon. The poetry of Lennon: ‘We’re afraid of everyone. Afraid of the Sun!’ (We are afraid of all. I fear the sun!) it seemed to Jeff and me, especially deep and meaningful at this time,” said Depp in a statement.
“This song about the isolation shows the fear and the risks of existential to our world,” said Depp, who hoped to “help digest the moment” or to “pass the time while we endure the isolation together.”
In addition, the actor, and the guitarist was told that they have been working behind the scenes during the last few years in new music.
“Johnny and I have been working together on the music for a while. (…) We didn’t expect to launch it so soon, but given the difficult days and the true “isolation” we decided that now might be the right time,” said Beck.
The guitarist, who has two mentions in the Hall of Fame of Rock and Roll, promised that soon will come more news of both artists.
Beck is recognized as one of the most outstanding guitarists in the world, has eight Grammy awards and in addition as a soloist, he was part of the band Yardbirds.
For his part, Depp took the leap of interpretation to the music alongside Alice Cooper and Joe Perry in the band, “Hollywood Vampires”.
In addition, the actor has been premiered today on Instagram with an eight-minute video in which appreciates the support of his followers.
“I don’t think that you have found some other reason to start here until now,” he said.