Former Van Halen frontman and also solo artist, David Lee Roth, shared his new painting on his official Twitter page to draw people’s attention to the climate change in the world.

While he’s mostly known as the former vocalist of Van Halen who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he’s also a multi-talented artist. He mostly designs his own stage outfits and creating artworks and comics since the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak.

In a special interview he had with The New York Times last year, former Van Halen star stated social commentary is what he does and it’s the thing he has always done in his whole career. Roth also admitted that he was always been in wardrobe, background sets, stage sets, album cover, and video direction.

Although Roth did not share any new recordings following the release of his latest single ‘Giddy-Up!,’ Diamond Dave is sharing his paintings on his official Twitter account regularly. At the end of the last month, Roth shared one of his other special paintings titled ‘Global Storming’ that shows the American Flag with the colors of the oceans, sea, and sky.

Today, Roth posted one of his other drawings and tried to draw his followers’ attention to climate change which causes air temperature to rise and leads the way to the global water crisis. According to the official numbers of the World Wild Life, two-thirds of the world’s population will be facing water shortages by 2025.

Roth mentioned the issue by writing:

“Water, Water, Nowhere..”

You can check out the latest tweet of Roth below.