These are difficult times, of change, of growth, but also of uncertainty and fear. The way that we are all taking is new, but if we go together, we will come out of this as soon as possible. The irony lies in that we do from our homes and from an apparent inactivitywhile we do nothing, the faster you will pass all of this.
Institutions and companies are joining campaigns to promote this, and the music industry is one of the most involved. After various concerts and even festivals in line, the turn of Live Loungea program of the BBC by inviting the most talented musicians of the time for a small session.
With the quarantine at the global level, the format has changed, and your next event Stay at Home Live Lounge, will be the largest in its history, and will be the head of all Dua Lipa, who, along with many other musicians will play Times Like These of Foo Fighters.
Dua Lipa, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Biffy Clyro, Chris Martin of Coldplay, Ellie Goulding, Hailee Steinfeld, Rag N’ Bone Man, Rita Ora, Royal Blood, Sean Paul and many more played and recorded, each from his or her home, the theme of 2003 that keeps a message of resilience in an age of transformation.
The song not only is a sample of what happens when artists unite, it is also an event that seeks to raise fund and that the BBC plans to distribute between BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief, where they will help many people who have been affected by the coronavirus. The appointment is this Thursday at 12 p. m. in London, so here’s what you’ll be able to see at 6 in the morning.