Cry Power Podcast with Hozier and Global Citizen - Episode 1 - Annie Lennox

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Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .

Subscribe to the podcast: hozier.lnk.to/CryPowerID

Joining Hozier for the first episode of Cry Power is Annie Lennox - the renowned singer songwriter, campaigner and activist, who along with countless hit records has received many prestigious awards, including eight BRIT Awards, a Golden Globe and four Grammys. She is the first woman to be named a Fellow of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors.

In 2011, she was awarded an OBE for her contribution towards combating HIV/AIDS as it affects women and children in Africa. Several years ago, she founded ‘The Circle’, an organisation working to connect and inspire women to act and change the injustices and challenges faced by the most disempowered women and girls around the globe.

In their conversation, the two discuss Lennox’s family history of activism, Eurythmics’ contribution to Rock Against Racism and activism against apartheid in South Africa, to the founding of NGO The Circle and the current state of protest and activism.

Find out more about The Circle: thecircle.ngo/




30 Eyl 2019




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glennbischof Aylar önce
I grew up listening to Annie Lennox she's such a badass. What a killer combo of artists.
Nahshon Kariuki
Nahshon Kariuki 3 aylar önce
Which voice do you sing
Danai Petridi
Danai Petridi 5 aylar önce
Maureen Agnes
Maureen Agnes 7 aylar önce
Could I get more information about the Organization the Circle?
Huw Cresswell
Huw Cresswell 9 aylar önce
aberdonians rise up (actually from aberdeenshire myself but it counts ;-;)
Mani's Corner
Mani's Corner 9 aylar önce
Where did hozier go!!! Come back we miss you!!!btw love all your music!!!and this podcast 😊😂
E E 11 aylar önce
Great series! As we had into 2021 after a horrid 2020 these have been awesome. More please?
Diana Moran
Diana Moran Yıl önce
I heard this at a point in my life where I feel so disappointed in feminism. Regrettable the term feminist no longer means that you want equality. Annie and Hozier are really gentle and talk about feminism as it should be but the reality is different.
Bren Kelly
Bren Kelly Yıl önce
He is such a clued in young guy...who genuinely cares....Annie is actually in awe of him and his beliefs...I think she is a fan.!😁
Krizia Khobuntin
Krizia Khobuntin Yıl önce
This is a podcast that gives awareness, a coax to speak up and to take action!
Laura B
Laura B Yıl önce
I had no idea you were doing this podcast, Andrew. I'm trying so hard to do my part with what little resources I have and life stacked against me, and this is such encouragement for me to keep going. You are such a wonderful person and that's why I enjoy your music so much. You even make me want to start singing again after so many years. I'm so thankful for all of it and I look forward to watching your musical journey for many years to come. ❤
shafia bhatti
shafia bhatti Yıl önce
I didn't know I needed this so badly. Its really incredible.
Kayla Hemmo
Kayla Hemmo Yıl önce
a podcast like this is so important. powerful people talking about powerful topics. brings me to tears to listen to such real people speak up. i think this is something we all need right now
Irene Torres
Irene Torres Yıl önce
I LOVE THIS, you guys are so inspirational and encourage me to take action and speak out against discrimination in every day life. God bless you both for persevering and doing something about hate, injustice and indifference.
Anne Moeller
Anne Moeller Yıl önce
Can someone explain the term "to cry power" to me, please?
Ambor 2 yıl önce
Amazing and educating chat. Long time as a fan of this amazing lady and sooooooo proud, as an irish mother of boys, that this boy represents our children and how the reel about the world. A fan of both ur music and how u use ur music to speak to the world. 🎶 Irish mothers cry power 🎶
Richard Gladd
Richard Gladd 2 yıl önce
This is retarded and more like a shitty radiocast. you must be getting broke if you've turned to this lol. Dude go make another hit record because this is not for you. It sucks
marjan td
marjan td 2 yıl önce
Thank you Hozier and Annie. A woman in Iran listened to you two talk, and got inspired to fight more strongly.
Tripti Biswas
Tripti Biswas 2 yıl önce
Is it wired that you can hear them smiling.. Through the whole audio.... And picture both of them... Talking...
Roux McG
Roux McG 2 yıl önce
Thank you! 💚
Trojanette83 2 yıl önce
Listened, again. Splendid format. Always lovely to hear your thoughts, and (generally) enjoy hearing you speaking.
I love this conversation and am saddened by how it applies to my country. My home country is one of the few countries in the world wherein HIV/AIDS cases are still on the rise, due to its many factors that are getting worse and worse and worse as the years go by. I am grateful that this issue is being talked about, and many are doing something about it, especially since there is so much stigma behind it. I hope that my country follows suit to properly combat this epidemic.
AND ALSO: global feminism is such a needed thing in my country. I attended a talk on a newly passed law in my country called "Bawal na Ang Bastos" (Safe Streets & Public Spaces Act) to protect women and lgbtqi+ in the country against sexual harassment in the streets and during the open forum a person received an airdropped video of a dick from a random person in the same forum (even worse the video was sent by a person who stole one of the speaker's identity). A few years ago little to no action would have been taken by my university against this, but yesterday there were immediate searches for the criminal. We have come so far in terms of feminism, but we have so much more to do. Therefore #OneReasonWhyImAGlobalFeminist is because there is so much more to do to protect women from such harassment.
rhaegar targaryen
rhaegar targaryen 2 yıl önce
In a world in which even women say they aren't feminists because they consider it shameful or evil, it feels so refreshing to hear a man saying he is a feminist and wants equality for women and being vocal about it. I love you Hozier. ❤
RhymeOfTheAncient Sub-Mariner
#onereason because women deserve complete control over their bodies and shouldn't have to use their bodies as bargaining chips to survive.
Toni J’s way 🌸
Toni J’s way 🌸 2 yıl önce
I love this conversation.
Trojanette83 2 yıl önce
Great 1st podcast of this sort. PLEASE do MORE. You're a class act Hozier.
flavia romano
flavia romano 2 yıl önce
Hozier has a great heart ,how much work he does , how much his songs reflect his human beeing , near to the problems of the world.he's a great spirit ,a really love for people that need to be helped ,and he always does something for them . Thanks
Amaranthine Cheshire
The only podcast I will listen to. I saw Hozier, I clicked and this is so. Good and important and I can feel the effort and care they've put into this, I can't wait for more.
Sakina Rizvi
Sakina Rizvi 2 yıl önce
Just when I thought I couldn't love him any more than I already do. Forever in awe of him and all his efforts. Now power to you, lovely man of the forest 🖤🖤🖤🖤
Ida Hansen
Ida Hansen 2 yıl önce
I loved the first episode! I really appreciate how calm Andrew is and that he gives her time to speak.
Karla Gudiño
Karla Gudiño 2 yıl önce
Thank u for doing this !!!
Amanda 2 yıl önce
It'd be great if europeans would consider how their own privileges affect developing countries when raising awareness about poverty: how come you have such a variety of products at low prices? where does your electronic garbage goes when you change phones and computer every year to get the latest gadgets? how is the relationship of your country with former colonies? what has your country done to "compensate" former colonies? these are interesting topics to raise awareness on citizens so they can demand change from their governments...Overall, when talking about change, it's essential not to focus on individual actions and looking critically at the system and how it must be changed first. I hope these topics are brought up in future discussions! It's a great initiative, really. The conversation sounded too naïve to me, from my point of view, being from the global south. But I do praise the initiative, it's a huge channel for change indeed and it was lovely listening to the 2 of them :)
Ekaekto Yıl önce
This. While I think the idea behind what Annie is doing is good, it sounds slightly condescending. I much prefer the term intersectional feminism - this includes very much what she talked about but recognizes many other issues.
carly books & music
carly books & music 2 yıl önce
I just saw him live last week and he was amazing. I also love Annie's singing voice and hoziers accent so this is quite wonderful to listen to
Whittney Brookshire
Whittney Brookshire 2 yıl önce
What a wonderful podcast. Can't wait for the 2nd episode!
Islam Salah
Islam Salah 2 yıl önce
Hozier voice should be available in pills form it's really will heal anxiety 💛
Rebelwheels NYC
Rebelwheels NYC 2 yıl önce
Okay finally finished listening. So much to comment on
Rebelwheels NYC
Rebelwheels NYC 2 yıl önce
Geetanjali Rajgupta
Geetanjali Rajgupta 2 yıl önce
The respect I have for you increases in overwhelming folds as days pass....
Space Pirate
Space Pirate 2 yıl önce
Queen Alice Kingsley
THANK YOU!!! We are in Napa Ca. And started a Food Recovery program about 5 years ago and all that we get to help is the kind of community we all need to be to each other, LOVE AND AGREE with what your doing, kindness DOES win!!🤗🤗👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 #togethernapavalley
Ana Cardozo
Ana Cardozo 2 yıl önce
So good!
behepas 2 yıl önce
i fucking lov u
Heloisa Bernardelli
Heloisa Bernardelli 2 yıl önce
It's so, so beautiful that he's using his voice (and what a voice) to something so relevant. Couldn't admire him more.
Reyna Arawan
Reyna Arawan 2 yıl önce
Re: the term, *"global feminism."* A lot of people of color prefer the term, *"womanism,"* which was coined by a black female activist named Alice Walker in 1979. It is a broader term than feminism and it was coined to address the racism in the feminist movement in the USA. Including the time suffragettes protested the fact that black men got to vote before white women.
Ekaekto Yıl önce
Also, I encourage people to look into intersectional feminism. Because the whitewashed western feminism (beginning with sufragettes and ongoing today) is often steeped in racism, classism and ableism.
Altrisha Robinson
Altrisha Robinson 2 yıl önce
This is true and you are right. It is hard to get people to learn a new term. Too many still think feminist is a very bad word/thing and that it is made up of hairy, man hating lesbians. Even the notion that men can be feminist or feminist allies is still baffling which is why conversations like these are important. What should not be done, however, is to silence marginalized voices, mainly women of color. I don't think it is the case here. I hope.
Reyna Arawan
Reyna Arawan 2 yıl önce
I get why people use the term feminism/global feminism though. It's hard to get people to learn a new term. It's also a representation thing that you give the recognition to a black woman for popularizing that philosophy.
Bird H
Bird H 2 yıl önce
This is fantastic, what a great pilot! Is there a release schedule for further episodes?
Ndung'e Sammy
Ndung'e Sammy 2 yıl önce
I'm so down for this podcast 🙌🤩☺️💙
stanley 2 yıl önce
Andrew is talking so elegantly even though he’s just talking slang
stanley 2 yıl önce
I love the fact that this is 42 min and there’s only one commercial
Rebelwheels NYC
Rebelwheels NYC 2 yıl önce
I love love LOVE that he mentions that this is not just talking about it, here are ways to take action.
Caspian 2 yıl önce
Part of why I love their music so much is because it feels truly heartfelt and constructive. I'm so delighted to hear that brought to a new field.
iloovemusicsoo 2 yıl önce
OH MY GOD! Hozier is doing podcasts, and it is with ANNIE LENNOX WHAAAAT!
bubblebea 2 yıl önce
Idk why when annie compliments him at the end i could see him shaking his head humbly lol. He is absolutely wonderful for working so hard on movements of the world yet too humble to accept the praise he deserves. No wonder why I’m so madly in love with this man
Keira Reneau
Keira Reneau 2 yıl önce
currently writing an in-depth research paper on poverty, this was such a wonderful and inspiring thing to listen to while I write!!
Cameron Temple
Cameron Temple 2 yıl önce
7k views and 0 dislikes
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
you've jinxed it now there are 2 but there are 8k+ views...
joecoffeyartistguy 2 yıl önce
what a wonderful and informative Interview! - also you both have such a warm rapport. Not taking away from the importance of what you have discussed (and I thank you for it ) but on a side note -you two spending a couple days in a recording studio -well to think of what music and song you could come up with gives me goosebumps. -cracking it would be !
Barbara Pereira
Barbara Pereira 2 yıl önce
yes, to this: yes!
Timothy Knabenshue
Timothy Knabenshue 2 yıl önce
When I first saw this notice in my email I leaped out of my chair. Thinking that 2 of my favorite artists were going to sing a duet as they did at the Grammy's a few years ago. I was disappointed when it wasn't a duet but the disappointment soon faded to an even deeper love for these 2 exceptional human beings striving to make this world a better place. They have in their own way touched my life with music but they have moved me in ways far beyond their musical talent. Thank you Annie! Thank you Andrew ♥ :)
Lavonne staley
Lavonne staley 2 yıl önce
This deserves a warm comfy bed while listing to I’m super happy for this I hope podcasts! Can’t wait to hear the other ones! I’ll be listening before bed!
Ginger Countryman
Ginger Countryman 2 yıl önce
When I fell in love with Andrew's music, I knew he was more than a mere musician, and was much deeper. I tell everyone how he stands for change, and he represents what he says. I know his parents are so proud. He is my kids age. I know I'm proud he is able to have a platform to say and teach what he believes. He is pure gold. Annie is a gem! How amazing these two are. I am Irish according to DNA test, sure wish I had that accent! I'll be back for each episode! FANTASTIC!!!
Steve Toucan
Steve Toucan 2 yıl önce
No dislikes.. and that's how it should be
jolie 2 yıl önce
I’m so proud of him. A lot of celebrities don’t like to speak up on topics because they don’t want to lose their followers and money but Hozier really does care and speak up on these topics no matter what. He cares about the people before his pocket and that’s so refreshing
flavia romano
flavia romano 2 yıl önce
I hope Save the Children ! Stop War ! Thanks !
cut mery
cut mery 2 yıl önce
his voice is so soft 🥰🥰 I could hear him talking all day and never get bored.
meg 2 yıl önce
Gosh she speaks so eloquently and you can really tell that she’s passionate about whatever subject she touches on, the way her voice rises and falls and how you can barely hear how she moves towards the mic, it’s just so perfect! I’m excited for more content!!
silviac221 5 aylar önce
She's a goddess.
Bren Kelly
Bren Kelly Yıl önce
They seem to really like each other as genuine good people.
Maneesha Casey
Maneesha Casey 2 yıl önce
An absolute blessing
Lieselotte Ramakers
Lieselotte Ramakers 2 yıl önce
We have to be grateful that we have artists like Andrew (and Annie Lennox) that use their fame for the good... I'm so proud of that man.
Ana Pm
Ana Pm 2 yıl önce
Godamn I'd give my dominant hand to sit down with this man and just listen to his views on everything, ever.
Jette L
Jette L 2 yıl önce
I absolutely love how when she talks about feminism he gives her time to speak and just listens without interrupting her, that's so important. Just when I thought I couldn't love this man even more
Richard Gladd
Richard Gladd 2 yıl önce
Oh god you fucking snowflake lol obviously those are the only type to listen to this dogshit. This isn't even a true podcast this is more of a radiocast and its garbage
Jette L
Jette L 2 yıl önce
@Chrizelda Bernil exactly! He's great! And knows exactly how to behave in these conversations
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
But he is still confident and firm in calling himself a feminist 🤗
Source Awry
Source Awry 2 yıl önce
Thanks to you both for keeping your feet on the ground with we mortals. You both give me hope that the things will be worth the struggle. Thank you.
Ferdawss Radil
Ferdawss Radil 2 yıl önce
Thank you Andrew for this incredible work after your great music a great work and use for your platforme for a great podcast 👏👏👏💖
AspienPadda 2 yıl önce
When speaking of genocide in my beautiful country, nobody's ever allowed to speak out about the quiet, slow and meticulous genocide of the South African Boer and farmer folk going on. It has long since stopped being a racial thing and has now become a back and forth revenge plot. South Africa is safe... if you're a tourist (provided you stay away from Joburg and Soweto lol) it is the locals who are in and who are a danger. HIV and aids are also not as massive issue as you've been lead to believe - we're slowly dealing with it ourselves by means of education from schools and clinics especially baby clinics. Tl;dr: the issue with SA is no longer race or HIV/aids - it is now the background murders that nobody knows about.
Katarina Dorotić
Katarina Dorotić 2 yıl önce
Annie said HIV/Aids is a big issue ,especialy for women , in Africa. As a continent.
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
@AspienPadda I hear you when it comes to moving on and powering through struggle but damage is handed down to the next generation in ways that are subconscious and inevitable. It's easy to say not to go on a negative path but very difficult to do when things around you force you to go there. Do you have actual numbers that prove that HIV/AIDS is not an urgent issue anymore? I could believe that it's getting better since efforts in helping that issue have been going on for years. It doesn't mean it's not worthy of support anymore because for sure it will not continue to abate without outside support like Annie does with her group. And beside it's more than the HIV/AIDS issue that her group tackles also the empowerment, education, healthcare and giving resources to women and children to help themselves rise from their low circumstance caused by inequality.
AspienPadda 2 yıl önce
Yes I agree @Chrizelda Bernil but again, people seem to be taking it too far. I know I'm not personally struggling with after effects from Apartheid (except perhaps my fight to get rid of the inborn racism in myself and my peers) but clinging to the past never allows for moving into the future. I'm definitely not saying we're not still being effected by Apartheid, just look at the stark segregation in living areas still. I'm just saying that it does not do to dwell on things you don't even personally remember. It is now our responsibility to build a positivity for generations to come instead of continuing on down this negative path. It seems though that you agree that our main issue in SA is not HIV/aids and what Annie is on about in the podcast?
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
@AspienPadda It might be unrelated in your point of view. But sometimes it's very hard to see beyond one's own perspective and experience. I don't think one needs to have experienced apartheid in one's lifetime to be negatively affected by it. After all one's economic, educational and emotional well being and also it's damage is built on by generations before.
AspienPadda 2 yıl önce
Okay sure @Chrizelda Bernil but there will never be agreement on what the main biggest and most pressing issue is. My point is that the quiet genocide is being kept under wraps. It's not only white farmers being executed, it's most all farmers. The problem with race now is that young Safricans are blaming Apartheid for things and we weren't even alive when it was active. Even the middle aged Safricans were only alive when the atrocities of Apartheid were starting to taper off. Apartheid hasn't been forgiven fully and won't ever when people keep bringing it up and blaming it for unrelated issues. Yes it takes generations to get over something like this but people with no claim to are clinging to it as an excuse for choosing ignorance.
Spike Marshall
Spike Marshall 2 yıl önce
Next podcast is going to be published October 8th according to Global Citizen's website. Already looking forward to it, this here has the one of the most passionate and inspiring conversations i have heard in awhile. Collectively we are the change!!! Makes you love both of them more than you thought you ever could. Thank you Hozier!!! Thank you Annie!!!
AspienPadda 2 yıl önce
My first ever podcast
Peter Taylor
Peter Taylor 2 yıl önce
AWESOME work, Andrew!! ;) Our world NEEDS to hear these messages right now and if someone like yourself with somewhat of a profile (I choose those words, as I know you're humble!) can assist in getting those messages out, then that's even better! Thank you!
Tamara González
Tamara González 2 yıl önce
SuperEkkorn 2 yıl önce
the passion is utterly inspiring. annie is amazing, to listen to her passion just makes you ashamed for not stepping up and do more. thank you andrew. just. thank you.
Morgane B.
Morgane B. 2 yıl önce
I don't know if my comment will be seen but since english is not my native language I'm always frustrated with this kind of videos wich I find so interesting and yet I can't fully enjoy them because I sometimes just don't understand, or I'm not sure to understand what's said. Would it be possible to add english subtitles ? And also I really enjoy your work and I'm thrilled for these podcast, can't wait to listen to the others !
Morgane B.
Morgane B. 2 yıl önce
@Fatima Haido No, unfortunatly it don't :)
Fatima Haido
Fatima Haido 2 yıl önce
Does the B in your name stand for Benkaid? You don't have to answer I'm just wondering... you may be someone I knew
Magdalena Szewczyk
Magdalena Szewczyk 2 yıl önce
Thank you, Andrew, for this great episode! Annie's story is just incredible. You probably won't see this comment but I must say that I'm in awe of how you've been using your platform to advocate for gender equality throughout the years. Both within and outside your music you choose to tackle the problems close to our hearts and have been very outspoken about women's right to choose, inequality in pay, the me too movement, just to name a few. This is what many women now (and also mothers of young girls!) are grateful for. Your pro-feminism and how you choose to express it at so many levels is what is so much needed now. In your song "No Plan", for instance, you brilliantly directed our attention to Dr Katie Mack, a woman cosmologist, while in the media the field of cosmology and astrophysics is being dominated by well-known male scientists. It's such a great gesture just when us women need our voices to be heard, amplified and acknowledged by men. So THANK YOU for all your contributions towards achieving Global Goal No 5 :)
Stephanie Ribeiro
Stephanie Ribeiro 2 yıl önce
OMG this is amazing!
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
At last! I've been waiting since Sept. 18. For those just in love with the sound of his voice. I welcome you as well. Come for the Forest Daddy stay for the Global UpRising. We need all the help we can get...
Jana Ross
Jana Ross 2 yıl önce
I knew my body was denying me sleep for a reason. Look forward to more !!
Ekayani Performs
Ekayani Performs 2 yıl önce
Essi 2 yıl önce
Annie Lenox: Hozier is a bard Me, a D&D player: Damn right he is
Isaac Gomez
Isaac Gomez 2 yıl önce
*Winks with bardic inspiration*
Mario Huayamave
Mario Huayamave 2 yıl önce
Glen Spratt
Glen Spratt 2 yıl önce
Banging response right there. Hahaha
meg 2 yıl önce
Essi I call him a funky dryad but yeah
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
@Firelord Zucchinni He is my headcannon Roger.
Sierramus Prime
Sierramus Prime 2 yıl önce
I am stuck in bed puking my guts out, thank you for this podcast. This has helped tremendously, having something soothing on in the background.
Melanie Threatt
Melanie Threatt 2 yıl önce
Sierramus Prime So sorry you’re ill. 🤮
Lena Sweedah
Lena Sweedah 2 yıl önce
This is so amazing ❤️❤️❤️
Christina Kim
Christina Kim 2 yıl önce
Brian Ramsey
Brian Ramsey 2 yıl önce
First podcast I've ever listened to.
Flor Bareiro Gardenal
I love this😍
Paula Aparicio
Paula Aparicio 2 yıl önce
I love that Andrew uses his voice to talk about things other people in his position won't ever do for fear of losing "fans". So with that said, please don't dehumanize him and the effort he has put on this work by trivializing it, by just comment how hot or whatever he is. Like, this is not the place for that (?). Listening to him, literally learning from Annie and having an actual opinion it's such an amazing gift. And a gift to some of us who want to learn too and to actually act but don't know how. Maybe we could use this comment section to talk about the themes they are sharing idk 💐
Paula Aparicio
Paula Aparicio 2 yıl önce
@Chrizelda Bernil I totally agree with you and it's a really good point, thanks for being polite ♥️
Spike Marshall
Spike Marshall 2 yıl önce
I totally agree with you. I personally think there is a time and a place for "that" kind of admiration and this is neither time nor place. Hozier is a very attractive man but his message here is very much one of us all getting together, listening and helping to make a difference collectively, all of us equal. Anyone who is here listening is undoubtedly a fan to some degree, but it would be nice if people left off the trivializing "oooo sexyy voice" comments and focused on the discussion at hand!!! Human beings helping human beings!
hanami 2 yıl önce
@Chrizelda Bernil i agree, it's impossible to draw a line between insane looks/sexy voice and being involved in social issues, because it's the first that pulls the latter, if the message is sent in a weird, not attractive way to the audience, nobody will really listen. Remember those weird interviews of Rose McGowan? She was drawing attention to important issues like sexual abuse in the acting industry - but the way she spoke about it....i bet most people only thought how disturbed she is and how she needs help if not 'she is just crazy, idc'. So it is trivializing in a way to only pay attention to how sexy someone is, but if someone sticks for looks long enough maybe they will also get interested in some deeper meanings?
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
It is my hope that they come for the Forest Daddy but stay for the Global UpRising. After all we need all the help we can get. And maybe if they keep listening to the sexy voice they might get something out of it more than they were looking for. Because this sexy voice can talk a lot of sense into people that might not be receptive to sensible talk from others...
Bec 2 yıl önce
Ahhhhh wow annie lennox and hozier, 👌 uff
Den 2 yıl önce
Pip Lewis
Pip Lewis 2 yıl önce
I'm not sure why, but the mixture of such calming voices and empathic, and such important discussions, just soothes my soul. I'm excited to hear more :)
Ferdawss Radil
Ferdawss Radil 2 yıl önce
Me too ^^
StillWaters NightSky
I love how this made me grin ear to ear.... Warmed my cold heart... Thank you.. Think I might want to give joy a chance in my life...
Megan Currey
Megan Currey 2 yıl önce
why is this the best podcast i’ve ever heard
Cecile Malik
Cecile Malik 2 yıl önce
Really like this cast. I do however think all the labels and groups muddy the waters. I believe in natural rights for all. I'll def. be watching all of these casts. Lovely!
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
Like what Andrew and Annie has said rights are never given naturally they are usually fought for by "groups" who "label" themselves to stand out and be heard. "Labels" and "groups" are very helpful so people can get behind the cause and effect change.
leandro florez
leandro florez 2 yıl önce
A podcast of Hozier! Am I in heaven Is that Jesus or Hozier? Jajaja
America Pool
America Pool 2 yıl önce
Lol I can see hozier even though he's not posting the video. LMAO I still can see him doing touching his hair while he tryna talk uttering crap. 🙃
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
@America Pool He usually does that together stammering and playing with his hair.
America Pool
America Pool 2 yıl önce
@Chrizelda Bernil I mean stammering. Crap!!! Instead doing folding his hair behind his ear as usually he dose.
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
Uttering crap? Really?
Lorry Onosson
Lorry Onosson 2 yıl önce
Two icons. Grew up with Annie Lennox’s music, and now so glad to be around for Hozier. So intelligent the both of them. Thank you Andrew, so very much for this, excited for all the next podcasts to come. Cheers! ❤️🎶🇨🇦
Micaela 2 yıl önce
Damn. This is what we need and we HAVE to talk about. You're both incredible. Thank you for being feminists, thank you for promoting the change.
Amanda Terrero
Amanda Terrero 2 yıl önce
I love the music, I love the feelings and I love the activism. Gracias por asumir una postura, gracias por trabajar para el mundo. Son muy pocas la personas que lo estan haciendo hoy en dia. Por favor, no pares de hacer musica y sobre todo no pares de trabajar. Come to Cuba!!! y Por favor subtitula en español!!!
sunflower1040 2 yıl önce
Ahhh the most soothing voice, ever💜
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