In December, New Zealand musician and singer Lorde canceled a concert in Israel after two individuals from New Zealand - one Jewish and one Palestinian - co-wrote a letter calling for the singer to do so.
The 21-year-old singer's decision received backlash online, but it wasn't all negative news. Over 100 artists took a stand in solidarity with Lorde's decision in an open letter published in The Guardian.
The artists - from different countries around the world - signed a pledge in support of the singer's decision, saying she has every "right to take a stand" against Israel.
"We deplore the bullying tactics being used to defend injustice against Palestinians and to suppress an artist’s freedom of conscience. We support Lorde’s right to take a stand," the letter reads.
The artists include Roger Waters, Mark Ruffalo, David Gray and many others
Artists from around the world stood in solidarity with the 21-year-old including actresses, singers, filmmakers, painters, to name a few.
Roger Waters - who has long been vocally opposed to Israeli aggression - is among those on the list.
Waters has consistently expressed his solidarity with the Palestinian people.
"After visiting Israel in 2005 and the West Bank the following year, I was deeply moved and concerned by what I saw, and determined to add my voice to those searching for an equitable and lawful solution to the problem," Waters wrote in an op-ed for Salon in 2014.
He also expressed his full support of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement:
"I have determined that the BDS approach is one I can fully support."