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Allan Franzner releases the video for “Haven’t You Been Keeping Up With News?

‘Haven’t You Been Keeping Up With News?’ is the latest alt rock track from Brazilian artist Allan Franzner. The song is about the artist’s frustration and anger towards the tragic events that happen around the world and are showcased on the news.

As a part of Franzner’s latest album project called ‘Who Pays The Price’, this video is a truly cinematic experience. Each shot brings up topics of global warming, war crises, and capitalism with visions of oil spills, beached whales and missiles. As we move through these images, we hear Franzner’s desperation for change as he cries “Mama, haven’t you been keeping up with news?”. 

Allan Franzner is a musician, multi-instrumentalist, writer and producer making music that fuses alternative rock with current pop sounds. His work is filled with his strong leftist political views as well as his introspective look into his own existential experiences and how they have led him to his current stance. He describes his messages as “statements that lie in the outskirts and corners of mainstream culture“. Allan is a talented producer who is currently working on his latest album “Who Pays The Price”, of which you can stay updated on through his socials. 

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