Roger Waters, Brian Eno, and others called on Cave to cancel his Tel Aviv concerts in protest of Israel’s treatment of Palestinian people.
The song is being played aloud at Banksy’s Walled Off Hotel in the West Bank.
Members of Artists for Palestine UK have written Cave an open letter: “Don’t go – not while apartheid remains.”
The Pink Floyd frontman continues to advocate for the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (B.D.S.) movement.
“A lot of stuff has been said about this, but in the end, we played some music,” Thom Yorke told the crowd.
Travel between the West Bank and Tel Aviv is restricted due to ongoing conflict.
Waters’ support for the Palestinian-led BDS movement is the source of the uproar.
Finally, someone who agrees with Thom Yorke.
Pink Floyd member continues to criticize Radiohead over their scheduled show in Tel Aviv.
Thom Yorke defends Radiohead concert in Israel: “Playing in a country isn’t the same as endorsing its government”
In response to an op-ed in The Independent written by director Ken Loach.
Prior to the band’s performance of “Myxomatosis”, Thom Yorke repeatedly exclaimed, “Some fucking people!” while staring out into the crowd.
Pink Floyd legend says he did in fact reach out to the band before issuing public statement, “would still like to have a conversation.”