The New Single is Here!


Hello, friends! We are so happy to announce the release of our new single, "I See You." This song was written about mental health stigma, and we are releasing it as a fundraiser for NAMI Dane County. NAMI provides education, advocacy, and support to people living with mental illness, and we are very grateful for the work they do in our community. We will also be supporting them with the second concert in our Music for Good series, which will be at the High Noon Saloon on January 25. We will have 6 bands volunteering their time for a good cause, and we hope you will come join us.

In other recent news, "Songs of Resistance" was chosen as the winner of the Songs for Social Change Songwriting Contest! It is the lead track on this new compilation, newly available from RAWA. We have a limited number of copies, and we will be offering them for free as supplies last with your purchase of anything else from our on-line store. The same song was also chosen as the lead track for a new collection of Wisconsin protest songs called Songs of Resurgence. You can stream or download the entire collection at their website.



We are still feeling grateful to all of you who came out to support Refugees International at our first Music for Good event. We raised almost $2000 for RI, and we are excited about an ongoing collaboration with them. We also went to Washington DC to be part of their anniversary event. It was an inspiring trip, and we are excited to be using our music to help an organization doing important work. 


The song used in the Refugees International video, "You Are Welcome Here," is from our protest record, Songs of Resistance. We have decided to make that entire record free for download, and we are partnering with NoiseTrade to make that happen. So go have a listen and share!