Nov 2015 19

Faderhead responds to Paris attacks with new singleElectro act Faderhead has released a new single as a personal reaction to the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, France, titled “No Gods, No Flags, No Bullshit.” The song is the first single from the band’s upcoming FH-X, scheduled for release in February, 2016, and is intended as a direct statement about the reactions of the media, politicians, and regular people; “the song is “about freedom,” states Faderhead, “Real freedom… where people that do stuff you don’t like can still do it as long as they don’t interfere with your life.” He also goes onto say, “I have always been a proponent of ‘live and let live,’ and the idea that anything goes, as long as you are not negatively impacting or restricting other people’s lives. Unfortunately exactly that happens way too much in the name of religion, righteousness, moral convictions and simple (often completely baseless) personal opinion.” In addition, he stated, “I simply did not want to make this musical statement more complicated than necessary and I wanted to encourage the enjoyment of life/living as opposed to living in fear of whatever may come.”
 

 

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