DEUX FURIEUSES Share Magnificent DIY Lyric Clip For ‘WORDS OF WARNING’

Clips that will have an impact on your eyes and your ears…

1 May 2020

Despite the spooky lockdown days London’s socially engaged post-punk duo DEUX FURIEUSES keeps actively busy. Early last month the pair released affecting reverie ISOLATION DAYS with all proceeds going to UK’s National Health Secure. You can still
buy the track for only 1 pound and contribute to a great cause. If all major acts around
the world would do the very same thing the global health secure organizations and its fantastic workers would get a tremendously well-deserved boost.

And today the wonderful tandem of Vas & Ros shared a pretty impressive lyric video
for WORDS OF WARNING, a stirring highlight of their second longplayer MY WAR IS
YOUR WAR
. The ladies show how you can make something special and eye-catching without outrageously high budgets. This is solid proof that inventiveness, creativity
and most of all the confident will to make something truly worthwhile with little
means is actually possible.

Here’s why…

PS: Alternative music platform Bandcamp is helping out tons of artists again. As the ongoing corona pandemic still has a devastating impact on the indie music community Bandcamp waives their revenue shares for all sales, from midnight to midnight PDT today, 1st May. Don’t hesitate and buy one or both excellent Deux Furieuses albums
right here. Trust me, it’s high-quality stuff!

BANDCAMP: Website

BANDCAMP Will Donate All Proceeds From This Friday’s (February 3) Sales To The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

This action deserves a very loud…

shoutout

Ethan Diamond founder & CEO of Bandcamp, the American online music store,
released this press message today (31 January)…

“Like 98% of U.S. citizens (including the President), I am the descendant of immigrants—my great-grandparents came to America from Russia and Lithuania as teenagers and worked in sweatshops until they were able to afford to bring the rest of their families over. Most everyone you speak to in this country has a similar story to tell, because we are, in fact, a nation of immigrants, bound together by a shared belief in justice, equality, and the freedom to pursue
a better life. In this context, last week’s Executive Order barring immigrants and refugees from seven Middle Eastern countries from entering the United States is not simply immoral, it violates the very spirit and foundation of America.

Contrary to the assertions of the current administration, the order will not make us safer (an opinion shared by the State Department and many members of Congress including prominent Republicans). Christian religious leaders have denounced both the ban, as well as the exception prioritizing Christian immigrants, as inhumane. It is an unequivocal moral wrong, a cynical attempt to sow division among the American people, and is in direct opposition to the principles of a country where the tenet of religious freedom is written directly into the Constitution. This
is not who we are, and it is not what we believe in. We at Bandcamp oppose the ban wholeheartedly, and extend our support to those whose lives have been upended.

And so all day this Friday, February 3rd (starting at 12:01am Pacific Time), for any purchase
you make on Bandcamp, we will be donating 100% of our share of the proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union, who are working tirelessly to combat these discriminatory
and unconstitutional actions.

As another way of showing solidarity with the immigrants and refugees from the seven banned countries—as well as those impacted by the construction of the Mexican border wall—we’ve compiled a list of albums made by artists from the affected countries (Bandcamp may be incorporated in the United States, but we host artists from every corner of the world). We believe that knowledge and empathy are crucial weapons against fear and intolerance. We hope that, as you listen to these albums, you’ll not only discover some great new artists, but will also gain
a further appreciation and understanding for the way music transcends all borders, and remember that, even in the darkest of times, there is more that unites us than divides us.”

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