Clueso: That's what he thinks of other musicians' campaigns

That is what he thinks of the election campaigns of other musicians

Clueso doesn’t think much of his music colleagues’ campaign for the election year.

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Clueso does not think it is a good idea as an artist to make a voting recommendation, as many of his music colleagues did this year.

Clueso (41) does not think much of recommendations for the federal election, as his colleagues made public this year.

“Die Ärzte” singer Farin Urlaub (57) recently announced that, in his opinion, the Greens would be the only right party in times of climate change. His band mate Bela B (58) and colleagues like Judith Holofernes (44) or Wolfgang Niedecken (70) also called for people to choose green.

“Artists are not a good advertisement”

In an interview with “Zeit”, Clueso said in advance: “Personally, I wouldn’t do it. Artists are not good advertising, neither for God nor for anything else. They are all egoists. That’s why I wouldn’t take my mouth too full. “

For example, he would have refused to appear in front of Barack Obama (60) when he was still in the election campaign. “I didn’t want to be pulled in front of a cart, even though I thought he was really cool as a guy.” However, he might have decided differently if Obama had already been in office, said Clueso.

“Don’t go wild at anyone”

The musician also comments on the discussions about the singer Nena (61) in the interview. At a recent concert, she praised her fans for not adhering to the rules of distance. “That sounds pretty unwise,” said Clueso, but also added that he did not want to belong to those who can always get outraged about anything: “I would not go wild at anyone who tells nonsense.”


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