"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice"
The King of Love - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - said that.
We do not identify primarily as musicians who make political music.
This album happened because of love that we bear for where we are from and all the people in it in a time when shit could literally not feel darker.
We do not identify primarily as blues musicians either. Well, there you go. Part of me thinks that that's because we hadn't experienced a woe large enough to warrant it.
We are heartbroken and hopeful.
For our friends, for the people we didn't know personally who gave their lives to a problem we haven't figured out yet as a country, for our families- both inherited and chosen, and for anyone else who had the big bad sad.
We hear you, girl.
This is for you too.
We're talkin. We encourage you to talk back.
All proceeds from this record are going straight to the Pulse Victims Go Fund me campaign.
UPDATE July 2016: Following our $1000 donation to the Pulse Nightclub Victims fund, all subsequent proceeds from this record will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. [www.splcenter.org]
released June 22, 2016
Guitar: Sasha Brown
Voice: Heather Christian
Additional Vocals on Open Letter to Congress: Sasha Brown
Tambourine and Milk Bottle Spike: Heather Christian
Written and Recorded June 14-15, 2016
All songs ©2016 Sasha Brown and Heather Christian
Produced and Engineered by: Sasha Brown & Heather Christian
Mixed by: Matt Hubbs
Microphone Custom Built by: Dylan Carrow
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