“Get out Bolsonaro!” said Fresno captain Lucas Silvera. Into the microphone on the third day of Lollapalooza, even after the TSE decision banning political demonstrations by festival performers.
During the song “Fudeu!!!” From Fresno’s latest albums, the big screen also featured a slogan calling for the president to step down. The song’s lyrics have political overtones, with lines like “The fascist model has infiltrated your family’s core.”
The preliminary decision issued last Saturday, Minister of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal Raúl Araujo assessed that the appearances of Pablo Vitar and Marina at their two parties at the festival last Friday would be classified as election propaganda.
In this way, the judge vetoed new political decisions after a lawsuit brought by the PL party, the party of President Jair Bolsonaro. The decision, which Fresno no longer accepts, imposed a fine of R$50,000 on the festival if other artists manifested themselves politically.
Fresno honors Taylor Hawkins at Lollapalooza
Fresno paid tribute to Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins for Lollapalooza. The band dedicated the song “Manifesto” to the musician who died last Friday.
Even a cool mist couldn’t calm the band’s show, which still had problems with the singer’s microphone. Lucas thanked the loyal audience and emphasized that Fresno’s current success is not a revival, but the result of the love it has for fans.
Every form of love
Then the band was greeted by the illustrious presence of Lulu Santos who sang “Ja Vaz Tanto Tempo”, a partnership of artists. The guest artist criticized TSE’s design and said “I’m in charge of my mouth,” a saying that became a meme thanks to Minister Carmen Lucia.
After that, the artists sang “Toda Forma de Amor” Lulu, to the delight of the audience. The show ended and Lolo Santos left the stage with the phrase “censorship will never be repeated.”
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