Brian Molko believes that David Bowie remains a “lucky star” with him and his band.
The 49-year-old rocker, best known as the frontman for the rock band Placebo, had worked with David over the years and admitted he still considers the legendary glam rock icon his ‘mentor’, who comes after his death. from liver cancer at the age of 69 in 2016.
Molko told The Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column: “I feel like I still carry a part of him with me, as a mentor, godfather or lucky star. I still feel like it’s hard for me to talk about David. I’m beyond grateful.” . to him on days like his birthday when he would be 75, I’m almost 50 now, I’m getting old, so I think about him a lot. When he was my age, he had a big party at Madison Square Garden, which is where we had the privilege of playing. When I was in her orbit, I was young and arrogant.” The ‘Pure Morning’ hitmaker, who collaborated with the late star on the placebo hit ‘Without You I’m Nothing’, also revealed that ” eliminated” the effect that the ‘Ziggy Stardust’ icon had on him not “totally understand” after his death and admitted that the pain for the musician sometimes “hits him hard”. “I was convinced that he deserved to be by his side. He had to leave us before he fully understood the impact he had on me as an artist and as a person. I didn’t understand any of that at the time. Now all that education makes sense. Emotions hit me hard sometimes and talking about David often does it for me.”