“I am the apple, you my tribe”, the Austrians sing when they become patriotic: “I say proudly at the end of the world / And if you want to be a alla / I am from Austria.” It has been echoing since 1990 the football stadiums, when the national team runs aground, but also through the halls in which the FPÖ meets, and the places where the identities meet. Rainhard Fendrich wrote and sang the song. One week before the election to the National Council, four months after the Ibiza affair, he is back with a new album. It is called “heavy rain” and is about the political climate.
WORLD: Does Austria give an even worse picture internationally than in the late eighties?
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