Debt Neglector Honour Their Furry Friend With ‘Least I Could Do’ (Video)

Orlando punk rockers Debt Neglector have just released the 3rd single from their upcoming album ‘Dirty Water‘ which drops on November 5. ‘Least I Could Do’ is an ode to Janie, a beloved four legged friend and member of the family.

The song catches you from the beginning with its dramatic melody, yet upbeat and positive rhythm, and the music video gives a bit of joy, and hope, to the subject of losing a dear furry friend.

The soon to be released new album covers a lot of ground, including the division in the US political system, oppression through religion and the more specific water crisis in Flint.

All proceeds from sales of the album will be split evenly between Flint Kids Fund (flintkids.org) and Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village (www.sbev.org).

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