YUZIMA’s newest visual experience from the album by the same name POWER meditates on the dollar and contrasts it with the current state of US politics, the fact that George Washington was the first US president and symbol of democracy yet a slave owner.
Yet Yuzima still uses it to contrast the current administration, with lyrics like “can’t be self-righteous from a stolen land” and “how do you fight white supremacy when gay and black is your identity” and “black and white and latino and my sisters down in Mexico.”
With an explosion of guitar righteousness, Ramone certified, YUZIMA herald’s impending revolution.
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