Perry Farrell Reveals How He Makes Up For His Longing For Being On Stage
Jane’s Addiction lead vocalist Perry Farrell shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing how he manages to satisfy his longing for performing on stage by singing from his rooftop in addition to showing a picture of himself while doing so.
As many of you know, since the coronavirus pandemic started which is almost a year ago now, musicians and bands are away from what they passionately had been doing, performing. Despite the fact that there have been numerous performances via online streaming, both fans and musicians have been waiting for the day they can meet in an arena, in a live show.
Meanwhile, bands and musicians have been waiting patiently and passing time with online streamings, new merchandise, and new releases, however, nothing must feel the same as breathing the same air and connecting with the fans face to face and most artists are running patience as they are waiting for vaccines to work and the coronavirus pandemic to be over.
Recently, Perry Farrell shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing how he has been spending his time while he’s away from the stage for a whole year. Apparently, Farrell has been singing on his rooftop while waiting for the coronavirus pandemic to be finally over, and he reflects his happiness into his singing and he must be feeling freer than ever.
Here is what Farrell said:
“I like to sing from up on my rooftop. My happiness is reflected in my singing. I like singing myself to sleep.”
You can see the Twitter post below.
I like to sing from up on my roof top. My happiness is reflected in my singing. I like singing myself to sleep. pic.twitter.com/Aj9uoiT3qk
— Perry Farrell (@perryfarrell) February 26, 2021