Ian Brown releases new coronavirus song, continuing rant against lockdown measures

Brown has come under fire on social media for his comments opposing the coronavirus lockdown (EMPICS Entertainment)
15:16pm, Fri 18 Sep 2020
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Rock star Ian Brown has released a coronavirus-related song reiterating his anti-lockdown stance.

It comes after a series of posts from the ex-Stone Roses frontman this month which have opposed the response to the pandemic.

His initial tweet read: "NO LOCKDOWN NO TESTS NO TRACKS NO MASKS NO VAX. #researchanddestroy."

Then three days later he the added: "To all of you asking about my medical qualifications I have the same as the computer seller bill gates ( biggest funder of the world health organisation)."

Brown has consistently doubled down on his beliefs that the coronavirus is being overblown (AAP/PA Images)

Brown’s former Stone Roses bandmate John Squire then came out to urge people to wear masks, but the singer has now posted another anti-mask message.


And along with the tweet, the 57-year-old has also released a new song which appears to attack the reaction to the coronavirus.

The lyrics in the song read: "A sonic lockdown in your home town. A sonic lockdown, can you feel me now?

"A sonic lockdown, state shakedown, a mass breakdown / Put your muzzle on, get back in your basket.

"Get behind your doors cos living here is drastic."

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