The Pink Floyd rocker changed the lyrics to reference autocrats like Donald Trump.
The band’s Julia Kugel also writes an essay about political music with Kathleen Hanna, Brendan Canty, and others.
The country legends covers Ol’ Blue Eyes and rallies for Beto.
Nelson first debuted the song last month during a campaign rally for Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke.
“You should not be deceived, this event on 18th of March is not elections,” proclaim the protest punks.
The collection of the comedian and folk musician’s protest tunes arrives on the one-year anniversary of the election.
Reunited grunge icons drop first new song in 18 years.
Plus, hear a demo version of Waxahatchee’s “Silver”.
Like “Margaritaville”, but for President Trump instead of Parrot Heads.
Longtime activist/songwriter looked to Dylan’s protest song for inspiration.
Living in a world that’s “something like a madman would conceive,” maybe it’s best to wait to have a kid.
Politically-charged track is a collaboration with Benjamin Clementine.