By now, you've no doubt read about the brilliant Third Eye Blind performance in Cleveland during the RNC. The band caught some boos after Stephan asked the crowd if they believed in science. Now you can show your support for Third Eye Blind and science with a "Raise Your Hands If You Believe In Science" shirt. Shirts are available for a limited time HERE.
Cop vs. Phone Girl Shakara showed up to class and she pulled out her mobile phone It’s the one thing that she owns to keep her known She’s an orphan now she just moved to a foster home That phone keeps her connected, she’s gonna keep that shit protected The teacher said ‘Get out of the class’ ‘Come on can I stay’ And to his shame, he said the call’s been made I hear foot steps sounding eager, of a cop that’s about to beat her Now I am all.. I am all for the good fight And if
"Cop vs. Phone Girl" is a track off the upcoming We Are Drugs EP. The song addresses a 2015 altercation between a student and campus police officer at South Carolina's Spring Valley High. Entertainment Weekly did a feature on the track. Check it out here. Give the song a listen.
We did not play an RNC event. We performed at a benefit for Musicians on Call because we support their mission in bringing music to the bedsides of patients in hospitals. Given that the benefit was held in Cleveland, we suspected that convention types might show up and we let it be known we were there to support Musicians on Call and that we in fact repudiate every last stitch of the RNC platform and the grotesque that is their nominee. --Science is science. --Coal is not cl