October 22, 2021

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Coronavirus protest: Van Morrison announces three new songs

Coronavirus protest: Van Morrison announces three new songs

LONDON – Van Morrison has not backed down in years. Why start now?

The 75-year-old singer-songwriter certainly does not back down from his comment about the lockdown restrictions imposed by governments around the world in response to the coronavirus.

Morrison, as a musician, has produced classic hits such as “Brown Eyed Girl” for decades. “Gloria” and “Mundans,” It was revealed on Friday that he was releasing three protest songs Called for the lifting of restrictions on normal activities.

In ‘No More Lockdown’, the Northern Irish man “enslaves” the people, branding the British government as “fascist threats”, denouncing celebrities for “telling us what we think” and “distorting scientists” facts. “

“I’m not telling people what to do or think. The government is already doing a great job,” Morrison said. “It’s about freedom of choice, I believe people should have the right to think about themselves.”

Morrison is also releasing “Born to Be Free” and “As I Walk Out” in 2016 for his services to music and tourism in Northern Ireland. The previous one will be released on September 25, the other two songs will be released a month later.

Morrison, or “Van the Man” as his fans love to call him, plans to perform at his upcoming performances at the London Palladium.

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