7 episodes

Presented to you with our friends at Global Citizen, Hozier talks to artists and activists about how to take action and change the world . Guests include Annie Lennox, Bono, Marcus Mumford, and Mavis Staples — head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower now to #PowerTheMovement.

Cry Power Podcast with Hozier and Global Citizen Hozier

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Presented to you with our friends at Global Citizen, Hozier talks to artists and activists about how to take action and change the world . Guests include Annie Lennox, Bono, Marcus Mumford, and Mavis Staples — head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower now to #PowerTheMovement.

    Episode 6: Hugh Evans of Global Citizen

    Episode 6: Hugh Evans of Global Citizen

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .


    Hugh Evans, CEO of Global Citizen is Hozier's guest on this episode. They discuss how Global Citizen came to be, the history of the festival and organisation and the impact it has had and aims to have on the world. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 45 min
    Episode 5: Marcus Mumford

    Episode 5: Marcus Mumford

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .


    Joining Hozier on episode 5 is Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford. His activism history spans key involvement with the charity War Child and sitting on the board of Grenfell United, a charity set up in the wake of the London Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in 2017.


    The views expressed in this podcast do not reflect those of Global Citizen or its partners For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 37 min
    Episode 4: Mavis Staples

    Episode 4: Mavis Staples

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .


    Hozier is joined by gospel legend Mavis Staples, his collaborator on the song that inspired the podcast, 'Nina Cried Power'. Mavis talks about her incredible history in civil rights activism with her father 'Pops', her sisters and Dr Martin Luther King.


    The views expressed in this podcast do not reflect those of Global Citizen or its partners For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 34 min
    Episode 3: Nick Grono

    Episode 3: Nick Grono

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .


    Australian activist Nick Grono joins Hozier on Episode 3 of the Cry Power podcast. Nick is CEO of the Freedom Fund - an organisation established to work towards ending modern slavery. He is also the former head of the Walk Free Foundation, where he helped launch the first ever Global Slavery Index.


    The views expressed in this podcast do not reflect those of Global Citizen or its partners For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 47 min
    Episode 2: Bono

    Episode 2: Bono

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower .


    Bono joins Hozier as his second guest to discuss everything from his incredible work on the ONE campaign and (RED) to what can be done to effect change in the world.


    The views expressed in this podcast do not reflect those of Global Citizen or its partners For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 1: Annie Lennox

    Episode 1: Annie Lennox

    Presented with our friends at Global Citizen. To take action on the issues discussed in this episode head to GlobalCitizen.org/CryPower.


    Joining Hozier for the first episode of Cry Power is Annie Lennox - the renowned singer songwriter, campaigner and activist, who along with countless hit records has received many prestigious awards, including eight BRIT Awards, a Golden Globe and four Grammys. She is the first woman to be named a Fellow of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors.


    In 2011, she was awarded an OBE for her contribution towards combating HIV/AIDS as it affects women and children in Africa. Several years ago, she founded ‘The Circle’, an organisation working to connect and inspire women to act and change the injustices and challenges faced by the most disempowered women and girls around the globe. 


    In their conversation, the two discuss Lennox’s family history of activism, Eurythmics’ contribution to Rock Against Racism and activism against apartheid in South Africa, to the founding of NGO The Circle and the current state of protest and activism.


    Find out more about The Circle: https://thecircle.ngo/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 41 min

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