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Protest Rock: Pink Floyd with an Iranian twist

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Last year's political protests in Iran were widely supported by Iranian exiles around the world. Two brothers from Toronto formed a band called Blurred Vision and took a famous Pink Floyd anthem from the 1970s to make their message heard.

David Eades asked Blurred Vision's two front men, brothers Sepp and Sohl, about the response to their music in Iran.

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