Feb 2017 17

New music from Kidneythieves and Free Dominguez to support Flint water crisis and refugees
 
Kidneythieves vocalist Free Dominguez has released a new song in conjunction with socially conscious arts organization Music Has No Enemies to raise funds and awareness for the children impacted by the Flint Michigan water crisis. “Light the Way,” produced by Alain Johannes (Eleven, Queens of the Stone Age), is available for download through GoFundMe campaign. The campaign goal is $2,500, and the suggested donation is $2.49 ($2 for the cause plus $.49 for Kickstarter processing fees). All profits will be donated towards the long term care of children from Flint suffering lead poisoning from their tap water.
Kidneythieves continues the generosity with a new song, “Migration,” available as a free download. The band states of the song, “We wrote it for the refugees, and how we need to look out for one another.”
A signed, limited blue vinyl edition of Free Dominguez’s 2015 solo album, Indigo Blue is also available through her website. The limited run record comes in a plain white sleeve, and Dominguez is offering handwritten lyrics as an add on. Kidneythieves’ fourth and latest album, The Mend was released in September of 2016, after being successfully funded via Kickstarter campaign; the album is now available via the band’s website, Bandcamp, and other online retail outlets.

 

Kidneythieves
Website, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Bandcamp, YouTube
Free Dominguez
Website, Facebook, Twitter, Bandcamp, “Light the Way” GoFundMe Campaign
 
Lizzie Marie (MenagerieMacabreArt)

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