Cry Power Podcast with Hozier and Global Citizen - Episode 2 - Bono

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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 second episode of the podcast is Bono. The lead singer of Irish rock band U2. Acknowledged as one of the best live acts in the world, U2 have sold over 157 million albums and won numerous awards, including 22 Grammys.

Bono is also a well-known activist in the fight against AIDS and extreme poverty in Africa and the cofounder of sister organizations ONE and (RED).

ONE is a global movement campaigning to end extreme poverty and preventable disease so that everyone, everywhere can lead a life of dignity and opportunity. As part of his work with ONE, Bono has lobbied heads of state and government, and members of legislatures all around the world. This lobbying combined with the work of ONE’s grassroots membership has helped to ensure the passage and funding of government policies and programs that have helped to save tens of millions of lives over the past 10 years.

Find out more about ONE: www.one.org

(RED) partners with the world’s most iconic brands to raise public awareness about and corporate contributions for the AIDS crisis. To date, (RED) has generated more than $600 million for AIDS treatment and prevention in Africa through the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.

Find out more about (RED): www.red.org/




7 Eki 2019




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Aloockhard Aloockhard
Aloockhard Aloockhard 16 gün önce
i love how u do this, make ppl feel significant, so logical, sensible. i think that's what we all need to kick our asses to action, drop the fear and whining and just do something, it's hard to believe in "make a difference" thing, but it's way easier to just do something for the names of such nice spiritual guys as u are. It's freeing in a way. Cool podcast, i am happy i finally can understand english enough to listen to whatever i came across, and i am happy it's this particular podcast. thank u for doing this.❤
Big Nins
Big Nins Aylar önce
I love hozier and bono!Both are inspirational artists
TheGalwayjoyce 8 aylar önce
These two need to do a song together.
E E Yıl önce
this makes me happy. Thanks Hozier and Bono, Much love from a crazy US. (October 2020). Great episode!
Diana Moran
Diana Moran Yıl önce
when Bono was talking about of Central America I was repeating like a spell «say Honduras plz» 😂😂😂 REALLY I don't care what even if it about violence. What is wrong with me?! 😂😂😂 Thank you Hozier ❤😘
Ashlee Larsen
Ashlee Larsen Yıl önce
Donate life : )
Ashlee Larsen
Ashlee Larsen Yıl önce
Steve Jobs told be to tell you all, for compassion. End all the numbers on the TRvid pages, now! Ok? We all talked about this in real life, like 13 years ago!
Ashlee Larsen
Ashlee Larsen Yıl önce
Ashlee Larsen
Ashlee Larsen Yıl önce
Are we good yet?
shafia bhatti
shafia bhatti Yıl önce
I think I will minor in social justice or something in that area.
Myllena Alves
Myllena Alves Yıl önce
Subtitles in Portuguese, please!
Meddl Loide
Meddl Loide Yıl önce
He sounds so nervous. Ok its his hero I'd be like this too. Wish to meet you someday andrew.
Ambor 2 yıl önce
Bono speaks of the usa constantly and throws in a little uk, hear and there. What about Ireland, other than saying hes irish he has nothing to say about Ireland. Charity begins at home Mr Bono. Thats why the Irish have no time for him. Hes a plastic Paddy. Greatings from Ireland.
benedetta taddei
benedetta taddei 2 yıl önce
Alpha Betty
Alpha Betty 2 yıl önce
Bono, dramatically whispering into mic in concert: Every time I clap my hands...a child dies...somewhere in the world... Fan screams from audience: For God’s sake man, STOP CLAPPING!!!
Horizon 2 yıl önce
Turned it off at 10 mins, so much sticky American celebrity style mutual-congratulatory backslapping platitudes that I wanted to throw up. Something v. unmanly about it.
Manal Bdr
Manal Bdr 2 yıl önce
We need translate ياقلبي
Sara Reja
Sara Reja 2 yıl önce
You. Guys. Are. Simply. Amazing.❤️
Mark V
Mark V 2 yıl önce
Love seeing/listening to long podcasts or interviews of Bono like this one. Casual, unfiltered and genuine...
Franco Aranguren
Franco Aranguren 2 yıl önce
Nadia Pignataro
Nadia Pignataro 2 yıl önce
Pleeeeeeease translate this to spanish!!!
Thomas Scott Williams
I love that;”celebrity is nonsense but currency:’ brilliantly eloquent
Audie Lajeunesse
Audie Lajeunesse 2 yıl önce
Truly enlightening pod cast. Eight people didn't like this - what, were they not listening?
hanami 2 yıl önce
was it just my impression or Bono drifted off too much into bible topics and Andy was doing his best to 'keep being interested and respectful' when it seems like to him religion is generally one big BS after all, and Bono just kept on going with this bible reference and then another... xDD When i'd rather hear more of Andrew's stories even if he is the interviewer here and he just sticks to a minimal airtime presence
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
I dunno about that... it sounds more like he's very interested and listening intently. They do both use bible references pretty heavily in their music. It's a cultural thing, a shared narrative, and a very effective jumping off point.
Romi Corti
Romi Corti 2 yıl önce
I've just watched a live video by Doctors Without Borders from Mozambique, they start a campaign tomorrow asking Johnson & Johnson to lower the prices of a treatment against resistant tuberculosis (half of the patients there are also HIV positive). That kind of activism is relevant and necessary today. Thank you very much for this interview and for sharing it with us :)
Júlia Cserpes
Júlia Cserpes 2 yıl önce
Absolute legends!!! 🔥❤️
Rlee571 2 yıl önce
Enjoyed this podcast. Interesting conversation with Bono
Fairy Vivian
Fairy Vivian 2 yıl önce
Bono and Andrew are both great musicians, Ireland has given us some amazing talent. Miss Sarajevo was such a comfort in the middle of the war nightmare and knowing someone like Bono or Pavarotti cared in the comfort of their own life was heart warming and reassuring that kindness and good still exist despite all odds. The concert there 20 years ago was a definite return to normal and such a powerful event. In this faithless and materialistic world, there is a lot of injustice and evil and you need to fight your battles in the songs which have replaced a place of worship for many. Your songs touch the deepest steings of a human soul in a very powerful and effective way. Choose your battles carefully, we need to save what little is left of our moral values and protect our children and the planet: by walking, recycling, using less screens and energy rather than ranting in the street, not going to school a going on a strike and blocking the streets. As for the church, it is like a hospital, despite many corrupt or incompetent doctors or even ideas, it still remains the place to go for healing and I like to think that the good and engaged bees for the greater human good prevail. Also, everything considered, Miliey Cyrus would not be a guest I would imagine for this show, a few catchy songs but not someone to put as an admirable human example to follow; as you two are. Thank you for what you are doing and God bless.
Nelly Weini
Nelly Weini 2 yıl önce
This was great! I love to listen to Bono. He is not just a great singer, but simply a humble great human being! I love his big heart. He is getting older and wiser and I can’t even describe how much U2 helped me with their songs going through life! I wish to shake his hand one day and say thanks!
Ed Dunne
Ed Dunne 2 yıl önce
Brilliant stuff.OMG bono knows his stuff.what he has done for the world's poor is nothing short of amazing.& there are unfortunately people who just done wanta know.but sure there the ones who just don't count right.have a nice day
Angela Ryan Ditlow
Angela Ryan Ditlow 2 yıl önce
What a beautiful session this was! It’s such a powerful message; bringing awareness to One and Red organizations is truly a gift to those who are in dire need of medicine and to rise out of extreme poverty. We need to have more humanitarian’s and activists in the world such as yourself, Bono, & Annie Lennox (amongst many others) to make a difference in the lives of our generation and those to follow. I can’t thank you enough Andrew and everyone who are able to pull this podcast together. It’s truly an honor to listen to the words of some of the most influential people in the world who are making a huge difference to so many!! Thank you!! ❤️🖤💫
WHY 2 yıl önce
We love podcasts and we love both of these lovely people. What a wonderful moment. Love it. Love and respect from fellow Global Citizens in a little band in Canada. - Brian, Jeremy and Dave from WHY. (p.s. we have been long time (RED) and ONE members and customers).
flavia romano
flavia romano 2 yıl önce
What a beautiful couple ! To see Bono with Hozier together speaking so friendy so close like brothers ,is wonderful ! It's one of the best thing i've seen ,this is a documentary of music,two different story about music,different generation,but one only heartbeat ,one only love for music .They understand each other more than friends ,oh wonderful ! I'm searching to know all that they're saying ... what a beautiful story ...and Bono he 's done many many things much work to help people that need help ,so gentle ,so good Bono ,love you and all your music all your preciouses songs .Thank you very much Bono ! Thanks Hozier ,his love ,his beeing so gentle ,with good positiv intentions and his good vocation .thanks God Bless you for this new great initiative !
alexX 2 yıl önce
I definitely agree with you 😁
Author Eryn Blaire - Crafting Characters
Could there be any greater compliment to Take Me to Church? I feel like we all a similar reaction to the song. 😂 Hozier’s always going to be the bard to me! Hehe
stanley 2 yıl önce
What did we do to deserve, andrew hozier bryne‘s aka the forest daddy‘s podcast for free?
Charlie Lee
Charlie Lee 2 yıl önce
The only thing I want to do is meet Bono
Ruth Feeney
Ruth Feeney 2 yıl önce
Love Hozier cry power
E.T /l
E.T /l 2 yıl önce
You are my hero Hozier 🥺
Mia 2 yıl önce
I would love if Andrew were to talk to a more politically right wing(ish) person... I feel as if two opposing sides is more interesting than two people agreeing with each other. Don't get me wrong- I love both the podcast and the creator, but hearing his views and opinions up against someone who disagrees would be an interesting conversation to hear (note: not a debate). Overall I love CP and still find it very interesting! Get some rest though, Andrew :]
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
@hanami See the goal of this podcast was to promote the global goals. And it is sponsored by by Global Citizen. I hope there are right wing people (I'm sure there are) that support these global goals. However, I don't think they'd like to be seen supporting this organization and their agenda. Or else they' be joining in too, right?
hanami 2 yıl önce
would be interesting to hear, and kind of just to see how Andrew would build rapport, and be his usual super respectful self...but what if being confronted with some total right-wing BS? But all people in this podcast will be probably like-minded, cause as you said, it's not a debate kind of thing, and then i'm wondering if those typical right-wingers actually do any sensible charity? I would be happy to see someone who is actually super straightforward in a cool way (no idea who it could be), you know without all this flattery and stuff, because let's be honest, we all know Hozier's music, is GREAt, right? i guess true admiration is revealed by the way you talk, what you mention, what you know about and stuff. So yep, waiting for other personalities :)
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
Question is are they even willing to? Like Bono said, sometimes they don't even want to be in the room. Bono made the enormous effort to reach out, I hope there's also efforts to do the same from the other side so people could meet halfway.
flippetskater 2 yıl önce
Hold up, WAIT. 'An accident of latitude and longitude'? NO. That is 100% a CHOICE of governments. We have the resources to eradicate poverty, to go quite a long way to eradicating many diseases. But there are those in the world who care more about controlling those resources, than sharing or providing them. If they wanted to, they could, easily. But they would have to give up their control and some degree of wealth to do so, and those are more important to them than saving lives. So that's the lie they tell us - that we 'don't have enough', or 'can't do' something. NO. What we can't do, is have both greed, AND human solidarity. The leaders of this world will throw you just enough crumbs so that you stop complaining about it, just enough to keep you from rising up and demanding their heads. Oh, here's some antivirals, here's a vaccination or three, here's a cup of rice, I'm "helping"...and yet, unhealthy people and unrest in this or that part of the world really serves their wealth-and-control-gathering purposes, so they'll never do what it takes to end these things, because they'd have to give those things up to make it happen. There's a reason why governments crush or co-opt socialist movements - because they cannot have the people coming together to provide for each other, they must retain and protect the stratification of society and the power that comes with it, at all costs. I believe in Bono's heart for this work, don't get me wrong. But the work will never be accomplished so long as we're simultaneously trying to protect wealth and power. They cannot co-exist. (And 'consumers' are not the ones responsible for this, love...it's the people at the top.) So much of the 'help' being given is largely performative, because the *real* help, the *ending* of these problems, for which the money and power absolutely exists, will never be given. And it's not that we can't or shouldn't "work with" corporations and world leaders...but we need to be *very* careful about how we listen to what they're whispering in our ears, what we believe. Because they, ultimately, are for their own wealth and power, and everything they do, even 'charity', is done for those ends. Understand that you're ultimately working with the devil, and you may get thrown a bone from time to time, but you will never win the war by working in the channels they allow you to be in. You're much more likely to be corrupted yourself, or at the very least, end up with an institutionalized mindset, no longer thinking outside the box. Even the Global Citizen thing concerns me a bit. 'Earn tickets to gigs by sending tweets to world leaders'?? It doesn't get much more performative, and 'clicktivism' than that, and clicktivism has been shown to actually be damaging to real-world activism, because it makes people feel good about having "done something", when they've really done nothing. I think about the Chomsky quote, “The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum....”, and I just get concerned when I see things like this. I feel like the 'working with world leaders' (who are mass murderers in the service of wealth and power) thing is often exactly that limited spectrum, while conversations like this give the appearance of being that 'lively debate'. I'm not saying don't debate, I'm not saying don't work within that box....but understand that you ARE in a box, and the real work needs to be done outside of that box, and climbing out of the box will be violently resisted by those who are invested in the status quo. If you're not being violently resisted, you're not disturbing those in power, which means you're not doing anything that will be nearly effective enough.
Justin W
Justin W 11 aylar önce
The heart of the world's problem is psychopathy and psychopaths. Too many of these are too wealthy and too powerful. The Creative Forces are going to wipe the slate clean and set it back to 0 to give humanity a fighting chance without that weight around our necks. And while Bono means well, he is somewhat naive to this core truth.
spartan876 2 yıl önce
flippetskater the Greta Thunbergs (sorry if I butchered her name) of the world are only causing panic and chaos in my opinion. If anything we need to speed up rather than slow down. We can’t be afraid to take flights across the ocean our drive our cars to wherever we have to go. It’s true we are at a tipping point with the climate, however you can either scream at people or you can continue to do the best you can. Things are scary right now but we all need to have faith in a higher power
spartan876 2 yıl önce
What you say is TRUE however I truly do not think anybody is doing better work than Bono. At least he is still trying to improve conditions for people in developing nations. Understand we have an old financial system that cannot bear the weight of the world, that is corrupt and controlled by bad people. This financial system controls the media and finances its own self interests. Big secret: most stars have to keep their traps shut else they won’t get hired for films, product placements and the like. Worst case scenario they get cancelled big time. There are few stars wealthy enough to not bend to the system (Bono being one of them.) That being said there will be a financial revolution with cryptocurrency. It just needs to be ignited. It’s going to fund an alternative media. This will be incredible for people in developing nations. Internet access in developing nations is growing at unprecedented rates. Cryptocurrency will allow people to make money off of podcast streams, for instance, and this will be a massive new source of income for these people. I believe something is coming. The truth is that Bono can’t do much more than what he’s already doing.
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
So what are we to do? Not everyone can be revolutionaries you know. I think most people know that a click does not count for much, but enough clicks can do something. Like Bono said "Politics is Pop". As banal as it is, it is still true. Mob mentality can be a bit slow and stupid but it is formidable, maybe even unstoppable. Revolt and toppling of systems can indeed change things but it is also at the cost of chaos and suffering of people in the midst of it. Like Bono said sometimes the most effective change and progress comes in the most boring and slow reforms that are worked for tirelessly in the fringes where the people in power don't take much notice. Those performative SJW clicktivist might not be the most wise but they are many and they have naive youthful energy in spades. Best to use them and guide them accordingly and pray that with time and practice they are able to fake it til they make it, for real.
u2freak1974 2 yıl önce
My B´Man...my hero ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
I love how Bono made the issues and the action taken towards it's resolution more tangible and quantifiable. A bit easier to grasp and a bit more achievable.
jr 2 yıl önce
Ferdawss Radil
Ferdawss Radil 2 yıl önce
Lieselotte Ramakers
Lieselotte Ramakers 2 yıl önce
Awesome podcast...
meg 2 yıl önce
The perfect podcast to listen to before I go to bed.... probably causing those weird dreams lol 😂
dinkey 2 yıl önce
Woah his real voice is so much higher than I expected Still one of the most soothing voices I’ve ever heard
KM Anderson
KM Anderson 2 yıl önce
Bono and Hozier? I think my head exploded!
Miss Lane
Miss Lane 2 yıl önce
BONO!!! 🙌 👍🤙
Edgar HernAndez
Edgar HernAndez 2 yıl önce
Taya Moss
Taya Moss 2 yıl önce
That's so heartwarming hearing them sharing a good laugh and a kind joke, but also discussing serious issues. it gives me so much inspiration
Mia 2 yıl önce
why are these so relaxing to listen to? I find it great to listen to while studying. learning stuff while learning :D
Keira Reneau
Keira Reneau 2 yıl önce
same here! Literally writing an essay on political issues as I listen to this haha
jolie 2 yıl önce
So many legends pour in to speak with Hozier because he’s a great musician who cares about this world. They see the man he is and I love it. 🦋
China girl
China girl 2 yıl önce
Valeria Pérez Don Juan
Hozier 🖤
Astrumiel 2 yıl önce
"A bard"- Annie Lennox "This Irish geezer" - Bono. Ok so Hozier's collecting nick names/new potential twitter titles from his heroes and favorite musicians.
Chrizelda Bernil
Chrizelda Bernil 2 yıl önce
Hozy - from Mavis
sunflower1040 2 yıl önce
Ahh this is just Golden. Two of my faves💚💚
Nathan Peters
Nathan Peters 2 yıl önce
Ayyyy ok, I love U2!!!
Sara P.Juniper
Sara P.Juniper 2 yıl önce
I'm listening to this while falling asleep...so soothing
Eduarda 2 yıl önce
i’m from brazil, just want to say that you’re doing such an important thing, thank you 💙💙💙
Aloockhard Aloockhard
Aloockhard Aloockhard 15 gün önce
@mikerb8111 it's important that they talk about how little things can be meaningful. It is inspiring. Maybe not for you, but for millions other people.. And if only one of ten ppl do something after listening to this, it's important. If only one of a thousand.. still important. I think people are drowning and suffocating in their perfectionism and infantilism they expect a lot of others and don't give anything to the world themselves because they are discouraged, hopeless and cynical. They think if it's not perfect, then it's insignificant and useless. And it kills all the good inside of them. And instead of doing something, a tiny thing, people just judging others for not doing perfect. It is super important to do what you can, not perfect, just something, it's making difference and for someone it could mean the world. It's so easy to blame people with resources for all your problems and world's problems.. Nobody is saint but it doesn't mean we can't do good, at least a little.
Aloockhard Aloockhard
Aloockhard Aloockhard 15 gün önce
@mikerb8111 huh idk where my comment went.. anyways making art isn't easy. and it is as hard as any other job, and payment is well-deserved. And to have something is tempting and they do what they do despite of it, and i admire that and respect that.
mikerb8111 15 gün önce
@Aloockhard Aloockhard You are right, the world is all too cynical. With this I agree. A large part of that cynicism comes in when we see behind the veil. People who say one thing but do another. Listening to millionaires pontificate on issues as if to lecture you and I, the peasants. These are peoples whos hands never calloused a day in their lives, they whos sense of self worth stems from the need to be admired. To think that this type of elite prestige hold no currency is naïve. Of course they want to appear as if they care about whatever cause of the day is in vouge. Why wouldnt they want that? They want it all. Bono is as sincere as any used car sales man. Spirit of Rock and Roll? Nah, that is dead and was buried under a Lithuanian Mall that Bono secretly owns. Hozier is a poser who wafts off the creditability of other people. That's why Nina is crying and not Pozier...
Aloockhard Aloockhard
Aloockhard Aloockhard 16 gün önce
@mikerb8111 inspiration&education are important, also bringing up those subjects. It is important, especially in the countries where ppl feel abandoned and hopeless and feel like stopping their fight bc they can't do this anymore, and this podcast gives hope that by baby steps humanity can achieve something. and it's more important especially now when ppl are so cynical and devastated. And when faith and optimism are shamed. And really they could do whatever they wanted to do but they chose to spent their resources on this. It's important and it's not easy at all.
mikerb8111 3 aylar önce
Important work? How so?
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Jenifer Mason 2 yıl önce
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