David Bowie’s son disapproves of Russian media’s use of ‘Space Oddity’ lyrics

David Bowie's son disapproves of Russian media's use of lyrics

Everyone appreciates the music of David Bowie, whose music catalog was recently sold by his estate; however, Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, is not a fan of the Russian media who use his father’s music to support their business. Jones recently hinted at his disapproval of Russian media by using Bowie’s words in a tweet exchange.

On February 24, Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. Since then, there have been negotiations between the two countries, but there have also been at least 1.5 million refugees who have fled Ukraine, as well as concerns about what the future holds for Ukraine. Ukraine. After Russia invaded Ukraine, several Russian government websites were taken down by Anonymous, a hacktivist movement and collective, which claimed to have taken news websites offline. Now it looks like the website is working.

strong wire reports that Russian state media sent out a tweet quoting the lyrics to “Ground control to Major Tom” from David Bowie’s “Space Oddity,” a song about an astronaut who is cut off from all communication and ends up lost in space. ‘space. Russian state media also posted a link to an article about NASA commenting on the future of US and Russian cooperation in the space program. Jones, the filmmaker, whose Source code, Moon and Warcraft saw the tweet and replied with the lyrics to Bowie’s song “Heroes” with the caption “Wrong song” accompanied by the Ukrainian flag surrounded by two red hearts, showing support for Ukraine during this troubling time.


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