During a presidential debate on Tuesday night between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, he joined the “weird Al” Yankovic Gregory Brothers for a comedy concert with a video for the song “We’re All Destroyed”. Following the discussion, Yankovic and Gregory Brothers satirical rendering succinctly summed up the general consensus: “We are all doomed.”
The scene shows Yankovic stepping in to portray Chris Wallace as an appraiser. He reflects on some of the silly answers that occurred during the event before getting some topic questions.
“2020 is a raging hell scene,” he sings when asked the first question. “Do you have any ideas on how to prevent global plague?” Yankovic also addresses economics, the Supreme Court, and climate change, because candidates’ words are self-designed, sung responses.
Next month, Yankovic collaborator John Schwartz will release his new book, Black & White & Strange: Lost Photos of “Strange Al” Yankovic ’83 – ’86It features black and white images that Yankovic never took in video collections and recording studios when he woke up in the artist’s mainstream. The couple recently shared 16 photos from an upcoming book and discussed them With back stories Rolling Stone.
“Bacon trailblazer. Certified coffee maven. Zombie lover. Tv specialist. Freelance communicator.”