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Julian Casablancas Interviews Amy Goodman | S.O.S Earth is a Mess

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Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas has partnered with Rolling Stone to launch a new interview series, "S.O.S. — Earth Is a Mess."

The first episode debuts today, October 29th, and features a chat with Democracy Now host and best-selling author, Amy Goodman. An avowed Goodman fan, Casablancas opens the interview by admitting he's spent the last five years trying to get one of his songs played during a Democracy Now musical break.

"S.O.S. — Earth Is a Mess" was inspired by a 2016 interview Casablancas did for Rolling Stone where he spoke with cultural critic Henry Giroux. The musician said of the new series in a statement, "Over the course of this show, I will reach out to the shapers of tomorrow for their opinion on all affairs that effect Earth. The show will endeavor to have meaningful and courageous conversations to see if and when we can start fixing anything. Come fly with me."

Read the full story on Rollingstone.com.

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