Nick Cave estava "extremamente entediado e completamente pasmo" na coroação do rei Charles III /Nick Cave was 'extremely bored and completely awestruck' at King Charles III's coronation /

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Nick Cave estava "extremamente entediado e completamente pasmo" na coroação do rei Charles III /Nick Cave was 'extremely bored and completely awestruck' at King Charles III's coronation /
Nick Cave ficou "extremamente entediado e completamente pasmo" na coroação do rei Carlos III.
Durante uma aparição no podcast Ways To Change The World With Krishnan Guru-Murthy na sexta-feira, a cantora australiana falou sobre participar da coroação na Abadia de Westminster, em Londres, em 6 de maio.
"Fui à coroação inteiramente por curiosidade e (eu) achei tudo extremamente interessante, para dizer o mínimo, eu diria", disse ele. "Porque pensei que sentiria coisas quando fosse à coroação, mas não sabia que as sentiria de uma forma tão extrema e eram sentimentos conflitantes, e às vezes me sentia extremamente entediado, outras vezes completamente pasmo com o evento, extremamente emocionado com a música."
Ele continuou, "(George Frideric Handel's) Zadok The Priest era algo do espaço sideral, meio que se divertindo com o que estava acontecendo, irritado com o que estava acontecendo, então ... trouxe muitos tipos diferentes de coisas."
A cantora Red Right Hand foi escolhida como parte de um grupo de 14 "australianos de destaque" para participar do extravagante evento. O grupo incluía o astro do futebol Sam Kerr, o comediante Adam Hills e a cantora de ópera Yvonne Kenny.
O vocalista de Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds defendeu anteriormente sua decisão de aceitar um convite para a coroação. Ele explicou que não era um "monarquista ou monarquista", mas tinha uma "ligação emocional inexplicável" com a família real.
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Nick Cave was "extremely bored and completely awestruck" at King Charles III's coronation.

During an appearance on the Ways To Change The World With Krishnan Guru-Murthy podcast on Friday, the Australian singer spoke about attending the coronation at London's Westminster Abbey on 6 May.

"I went along to the coronation entirely out of curiosity and (I) found the whole thing to be acutely interesting, to say the least, I would say," he said. "Because I thought I would feel things when I went to the coronation, but I didn't know that I would feel them in such an extreme way and they were conflicted feelings, and sometimes I felt extremely bored, other times completely awestruck by the event, extremely moved by the music."

He continued, "(George Frideric Handel's) Zadok The Priest was something from outer space, kind of amused by what was going on, angered by what was going on so... it brought up a lot of different sort of things."

The Red Right Hand singer was chosen as part of a group of 14 "outstanding Australians" to attend the extravagant event. The group included soccer star Sam Kerr, comedian Adam Hills, and opera singer Yvonne Kenny.

The Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds vocalist previously defended his decision to accept an invitation to the coronation. He explained that he was not a "monarchist or a royalist" but had an "inexplicable emotional attachment" to the royal family.


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