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David Jacobin Releases a Video about America’s New and Unfortunate Normal

David Jacobin has written a Folk Song about Mass Shootings in USA

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David Jacobin, has launched a new video about a topic that has this country torn in social and political forums, Tin Man’s Encore taps the emotional powder keg, and with the present political climate, keys in on what the nations consciousness should address.

It’s a memorial for those who have lost their lives in all the mass shootings in the USA. This one I wrote the night after the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting, and in learning about the death of young Steven Romero, and that some of my friends in attendance escaped with their lives. May we one day heal together, and live as one, in harmony with each other and with our planet, and with spirit…for future generations yet to come.”

Warning, there is some strong language and descriptive prose, but with the content subject matter, it is words that are well provoked.

The track is available on Bandcamp-

This track will soon be available on Spotify.


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