Rolling Stone magazine · Listen to a cover version of Johnny Depp, and now he’s in ‘Isolation’ from John Lennon


In a time of social isolation due to the coronaviruses, Now He’s and Johnny Depp announced the release of their cover of “Isolation” track on the LP Plastic Ono Band(1970), to the John Lennon. The information that is in the The UCR.

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In a statement to the press, the musicians autodenominaram “soul-mates”, and they explained the creative process on the cover: “Johnny and I have been working together on music for a while and we recorded this track during our time in the studio in the past year,” said the player Now He’s.

The musician continued: “I didn’t expect to release it any time soon, but with all the effort, and a true ‘isolation’ of what people are facing in these difficult times, we have decided that now may be the right time for you to let all of you hear. You’ll hear more of Johnny and I, in a short time, but until then, we hope that you find some comfort and solidarity in our version of this classic John Lennon”.

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Johnny Depp also, he commented on the cover: “Now He’s I recorded ‘Isolation’ in the past year, such as our version of a beautiful song John Lennon. “The poetry of the John Lennon – We are afraid of everyone / afraid of the sun!’ – it seemed to Jeff and to me, especially in the deep now on, this is music about isolation, fear, and the risks we face in everyday life and to our world.”

The star continued: “So, you want to give it to you , and I hope that it will help you make sense of the moment, or just to pass the time, to the extent that we have endured in the isolation of one another”.

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For the realization of the cover, Wife he joined the Beck and for the music Rhonda Smith (the bass player), and Vinnie Colaiuta (a drummer).

Listen to the cover below: