The alt rock band Last Kiss Goodnight have released a new single called ’45’. With this new release the band tries to highlight how things have changed politically in the U.S. since Trump came into power.
According to their press release ’45’ is not just about the incumbent U.S. president: “At a time when the climate in the United States is overcast by division, we feel that a song and video depicting the direction of our country is appropriate,” said lead singer Ray Patrick. “It’s about much more than our current President. It is about how deeply divided America feels in its current state of the relentless propaganda machine that is social media. We Americans are continuously spoon-fed visual chaos by the media and have developed an addiction to the binary methods in which we have grown accustomed.”
Out of Baltimore, USA, feminist hardcore punk band War on Women have released a music video for their single White Lies which is part of their upcoming album Wonderful Hell, to be released on October 30th via Bridge Nine Records.
According to the label page “Wonderful Hell ‘s steadfast rager “White Lies” is a takedown of systemic racism and those who complicitly watch—and even benefit from—institutions that openly favor one group over everyone else”.
Watch the new video below and buy the new album on Bandcamp.
Live From The Abyss is the latest single from US rapper Denzel Curry. The song is a slow paced, but hard hitting, political bomb of a track and until the end of October all net sales from the single will go directly to Dream Defenders, a community group that fights “for a world without prisons, policing, surveillance and punishment”.
Curry, a young artist who is very vocal about the state of affairs in his home country, holds nothing back on the track:
“I don’t fuck with my president Tried to block all Mexicans If he hear this message Please don’t send swat to my residence”