May 4th, 2021 (Los Angeles, CA) – 2020 may have canceled all concerts, but music and the voices of artists everywhere will never be silenced. Inspired by the social justice movement that has shaken our country to its core, 15 bands including The Megas, Grumpy Plum, and Jack O’Shea of ‘Bayside’ are excited to announce “Silence is Violence”: an alternative compilation album geared towards raising awareness and funds in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The album will be digitally released THIS Friday, May 7th on all major music streaming platforms which will include some new, exclusive content.
All proceeds will go towards Campaign Zero and the Marshall Project. Both organizations fight to put an end to police brutality and racial inequality in the criminal justice system.
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Fans of punk, rock, pop, and everything in-between will enjoy this fresh collection of original songs that have been selected for their thematic relevance to the social justice movement and the many issues we face today.
“Silence is Violence” will include:
“Animal” by Grumpy Plum
“Spoiled Rotten” by Jack O’Shea of Bayside
“Evolution of Circuitry” by The Megas
“One Light” by A Page Unturned
“Manic Panic” by Broken Baby
“Everything is Fine” by Qbomb
“2020 Holiday” by Minority 905
“Safer Space” by Forever Emerald
“Mykinnacoma (Not Your Kind)” by Hoity-Toity
“Soul Paint” by Incase We Crash
“Love Right Now” by Porcelain Hill
“Blood” by The Industry
“Not Now” by The Meddlers
And introduce the songs:
“Rearview” by The Tidal Babes
“Vigilant” by Loser Parade
These bands refuse to stay silent and are using the unifying power of music to help put an end to racial injustice. Check out these musicians and follow the Instagram handle @vigilantcomps to stay tuned for more information on ‘Silence is Violence. #BLM #Silenceisviolence
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